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Is there a switch in the center console which would stop it from starting

You have to wiggle the shifter to get it to start

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Not exactly.
The neutral safety switch looks like it bolts to the transmission where the shift rod enters. You may be moving the shift rod on the trans and making the switch work.
It may crank in neutral better until you get the problem fixed.

Posted on Jan 21, 2013

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