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Where is th neutral safety switch located on a 2000 Chevy impala?

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2005-11-14 17:12:42
2005-11-14 17:12:42

The 2000 Chev Impala has the 4T65E tranny in it. The neutral safety switch is inside the tranny and the tranny has to some out in order for it to be replaced. I just had my transmission rebuilt and I was there when the mechanic took it apart. While they are in there have them check the 4th output hub shaft, there are some very fine splines on the end of that shaft that get worn. They can wear to the point where the car is put into gear and it won't move.

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