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Neutral safety switch '97 eclipse

Can anyone help me? Where is the location of my neutral safety switch in my 1997 Mitsubishi eclipse?

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Under dash driver side look behind the upper arm of clutch pedal and you should see a green and black wire coming from the button (switch) assembly on the firewall. The wires go up above the clutch pedal. About in the middle of under dash on the left side you should see a white connector these wires run to. Disconnect. I just had the problem and not only starts now but not stalling like it was but it's only been one day but tested it pretty good.

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Usually it is a multi- switch mounted on trans right under shift cable

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