Located on under the dash, mounted on the steering column
WRONG!! The neutral safety switch, or as it actually is, multi position switch, is mounted on the left(driver) side of the transmission if it is an automatic. If it is a manual it is located on the clutch pedal mount up high. On a manual you can bypass it by cutting the two wires and hooking them together. On an automatic you must change it, and if you leave the bad one on the automatic you will end up damaging the transmission.
The 1993 Nissan neutral safety switch can be found on the left-hand side of the transmission. The neutral safety switch will be near the front of the transmission.
The 1993 Honda Civic neutral safety switch is located on the top of the transmission. The neutral safety switch will be near the back of the transmission.
on the right front corner of the transaxle
The 1993 Suzuki neutral safety switch is located on the top of the transmission. You can access the switch through the shifting console.
The neutral safety switch, on your 1993 Chevy Cavalier, is located beneath the shifting column. The switch can be accessed by removing the shifting boot.
what dose the neutral safety switch look like and were is it located on a 1993 buick lesabra at
its on the transmission
On a 1993 Mazda Protege, neutral safety switch (also called the shift interlock switch) is located at the top of the brake pedal. It is situated between the headlight relay and the clutch switch.
screwed into the transmission.
neutral safety switch is located on side of transmission. remove wire from switch, screw old switch out, screw new switch in reconnect wires
It should be mounted on the transmission
It is located on the Trans Case
The neutral safety switch, release switch, or brake switch is bad.
the swwitch is on top of the transmission
On the front of the transmission, at the bottom.
Would not have a neutral safety switch - may have have a clutch safety switch usually located at the upper end of the clutch pedal under the dash area
Though I don't drive this type of car, I do know that most neutral safety switches are found on the transmission.
A manual transmission wouldn't have a neutral safety switch, may have a clutch safety usually located at the upper end of the clutch pedal under dash area
it depends on whether your car is automatic or manual shift.
Follow the positive cable wire from the battery and it will end up plugged right into the safety switch.
you do not have a neutral safety switch it is a valve in the gear box adjust the linkage put in first gear now to the engine bay look at the throttle now adjust the linkage see if gearstick is in the right place the engine must only start in park or neutral if not you must adjust the linkage.
ur nutrial safety switch is bad
there is a switch on the lever on the trans on the driver side
Check your park/neutral safety switch, if it is not working it will cut power to the coil.