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2003 Honda civic will not turn over, has lots of battery life.

The car thinks the transmission is in Drive enen though the lever is in Park so it wont turn over.

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  • arthurpenner Feb 15, 2009

    is the neutral safety switch easy to replace? where is it located?

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Sounds like neutral safety switch

Posted on Feb 15, 2009

  • Todd Bradshaw
    Todd Bradshaw Feb 16, 2009

    no its not ! good luck

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