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My 95 golf will move in park is it the neutral saftey sw.?

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I am suspect you have a problem with the Parking lock which is internal to the transmission which basicaly locks the transmission. It is not the neutral safety switch as this is used to prevent you from starting the vehicle up in gear.

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