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Jeep wrangler won't start

If you turn on the key to start you get no response. if you put the car in neutral, it is a standard, and turn the key on you can jump start it at the solenoid with a screwdriver.

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Find the neutral sefety switch and 99% chance, you have found the problem. generally on stickshift cars, the switch is above the clutch pedal, not on the transmission.

Posted on Dec 26, 2008

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check your ignition switch, they have a mechanism where if the transmission is on any gear ( including neutral ) it wont turn over all the way back, so if you turned off hte vehicle and got the key out " this happens often " before the last step because of a kinda worn key or switch that allowed you to get it out.
your transmission won go to park.
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and see if that helps.
if not let me know

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