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Will not start showing gear box probem showing

This is the second time once we can free what ever it is it clicks and hums the last time it started after 15 mins this time it will not start the lights and radio work

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It possibly could be the nuetral safety switch. somewhere along the drive train there is a switch that detects if the car is gear (automatic trans) or if the clutch is depressed (manual). the switch if on a manual trans would be along the clutch pedal towards the top of the lever above the fulcrom. when depressed (off) the clutch is not depressed when fully extended (on) it is allows the starter to turn over the car.

if you can find the switch you can short the wires and it will think it is ok toi start car (even while in gear so be carefull).

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the center part with the 2 notches fits on the transmission and don't have a fit when you first put it in and the truck doesn't start this has to be adjusted by someone under the car while you try to start the car your original one maybe can be adjusted but I think it's n/g because it's showing 2 positions at the same time depending on where you buy it the cost will be for aftermarket $20.-$45 for an automatic transmission $65- $85 for a manual one the dealer will be over $100-$150 I hope this helps and please post back with progress or results and please rate me positively good luck stephen

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P01864 means battery disconnected within last 50 starts. If this occurred occasionally, or just after disconnecting the battery, then the code is not pointing at any fault. Just telling you that the battery has been disconnected. The code will be erased after cranking 50 times.

If the problem comes back times and times again even if you have not disconnected battery in last 50 starts check crank sensor and battery wiring.

Check also oil pump sensor, cam and MAP sensor. If car starts in second gear I will also have a loot to connectors at PCM and TCM and to wiring to throttle position sensor and vehicle speed sensor.

Usually the code is displayed if the battery has been disconnected withing the last 50 starts. In that case there is no fault and the problem with second gear is not related. About the car starting in wrong gear test the solenoids in the valve body, the TPS, the wiring to TCM and the VSS. Here some troubleshooting about similar shifting problems.

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pressure should be 43 psi, key on , engine off. and 34 with engine running.

Try this to confirm low pressure. Turn key to on and listen carefully for the pump to hum for 5 seconds. When it shuts off, turn key off. wait 30 seconds or until you hear relay click under dash. then turm key on for 5 seconds. repeat one more time. Then try to start engine. If it starts right up, pressure was low.

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3) If there is definitely no humming present with good fuses, relays and voltage, then most likely the Fuel Pump is bad.
4) However, a lot of Fuel Pumps have been replaced only to find out the Pump was good, but the electrical wiring harness was bad and the real culprit.
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