That only works for Outlook Express.
His message is from (shudder...) "Organization: WebTV Subscriber"
The neutral start switch is accessed from under the vehicle on the driver's side
Driver's side of transmission again. There's two switches, reverse and neutral.
The neutral switch is located above the reverse switch, toward the rear of the
Please Help:: i can`t get this thing out of park :::::::
can (Anyone) tell me
whare the ((((interlock solenold neutral safety switch))) located on a
92 Aerostar? or for that mater on any Ford::
and is it activated by the transmission or the linkage?? ........
i was thinking it was a bad shift cable but now i`m thinking its the
SAFTY SWITCH!! .............
whare is it,, what does it look like,, and how can i check it??
On Sun, 23 Nov 2003 15:12:22 -0800 (PST), email@example.com (Sha Zam)
The owners manual should have the procedure for doing what you want.
I think (I might be wrong), that if you turn the key to unlock, but
not on, position, you can shift it to neutral. Then you can start the
car in neutral and put it in drive/reverse/etc.
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