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there is you have to locate it depending on it being standard or automatic a neutral safety switch is a switch the creates a loop when in park or neutral (might be found on shifter or trans side) on standards they are usually on the clutch pedal engine won't crank until either in park or neutral or when clutch pedal is depressed find switch and unplug it and jump wires bypassing switch keeping the circuit closed and engine should crank over while in gear with no clutch or in any gear p r n d 1 2 ect wouldn't recommend doing this however not sure why you looking to bypass this switch but can be dangerous especially in standard vehicles reaching into the vehicle to start it forgetting its in gear it could start a take off or crank and not start but lurching forward or backward
Bypassing the neutral safety switch won't help with the transmission problem. That switch is only wired into the start circuit.
Scan the computer for trouble codes. Has to be a code if it is in limp-in mode.
Usually a sign the neutral safety switch is not working correctly. On this model it could be part of the transmission selector switch. The safety switch prevents someone from cranking the engine in drive or reverse.
try pressing the clutch pedal down at different heights and see if it will start, if so then you will need to adjust the linkages to the clutch pedal. if it still won't start, then you will need to replace the neutral safety switch.
If you bypass the park/neutral switch, You won't be able to start the engine. You have to repair or replace the switch. Usually on the shift column (whether steering or console) or on the transmission/trans axle..