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I have a 2010 ford explorer with a 4.6L engine that will not start when i turn the key to start .so i was checking for voltage at the start relay when the ignition is in the start position and i don't have voltage ,i then thought i cud have a problem with my neutral switch ,but on this 4.6 where is the neutral switch is it in the ignition switch or on the transmission .
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yes 1 more thing is here for you that can be don by you for activating you car on road,
1.check you battery have a suficiant voltages,
2.check your spark ignition kit,
Posted on May 17, 2008
I had the same problem with my 94 jeep and i ended up finding out what was causing the problem was the starter relay in the fuse box under hood, i believe its the second or third relay. Try turning the key to the start position and leave it there and poop open ur hood and manuelly start the relay
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
sound like the tumbler is falling out, when you open the steering column there should be a hole where a small but solid object can go in.. this release the tumbler but only when the key it turn at a certain position you will feel the pin in the hole go inwards then you can slide it out...it could be defective or just need to place back properly..hope this help..
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
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