Try starting the vehicle while it's in gear. If it starts, your neutral safety switch is faulty.
It's on the front of the transmission
There isn't a neutral safety switch but a clutch switch that is located under the dash on the clutch pedal.
It's most likely the reverse/neutral safety switch located on your transmission
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I just had the tranny rebuilt in my 2000 Impala. When the mechanic was taking it apart, he showed me the neutral safety switch and it is inside the transmission. I think he told me that was the case for the 2000 and the 2001 Impala's. In that case the transmission has to come out in order to change the neutral safety switch.
Yes, if it is a 5.9L V8. The safety neutral switch should be the only thing that is different. If the 2002 is a 4.7L it will not work.
To find your Fords neutral safety switch, consult your user's manual. The user manual is designed to help in these instances.
It is on the transmission, drivers side!
its called a neutral safety switch. its located on the transmission wher the shift cable connects, see wiring connector where shift cable is connected,that is your neutral safety switch (park-neutral) Cheers!!!!!
on the trans shift linkage
maybe in the steering column
i there a switch on a saturn that would cause it not to start Yes the neutral safety switch.
On my 2002 S-10 truck, the neutral safety switch (also called the Park Neutral Position Switch, or PNP switch) is located on the driver's side of the transmission. It is a black box that has 2 electrical connections going into it. There is a very good chance that it is in the same location on your 2000 Blazer. Hope this helps.
driver side of the transmission, just above the oil pan. It has three wires, and points sideways and slightly rearward.
The switch is bolted on the side of the transmission. Remove the bolts and the wiring connector to remove the switch for replacement.
Dodge doesn't use fuel safety/inertia switches. The fuel system is computer controlled with relays.
Where is the timing solenoid switch located on a 2000 ford escortIf you have an automatic transmission, the neutral safety switch is on the transmission. If its a manual (5 speed), It's under the clutch pedal at the floorboard.
on top of the transmission in the front on top of the transmission in the front
If the bulbs are the cause, remove the tail light assemblies and replace the bulbs; if they still don't work, replace the neutral safety switch, located on the front of the transmission.
Neutral safety switch really has nothing to do with the car moving. It is simply for starting the car in Park or neutral. Do you have the cable adjusted correctly? Drive may be where neutral was. Transmisson fluid low, transmission bad.
jump the terminal on the switch and try starting the car. car should start
Dodge does not use inertia/reset switches. The fuel system is computer controlled with relays.