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P0705 Transmission gets stuck in Neutral and wont shift

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Code p0705 refers to transmission range(TR) sensor/switch--PRNDL input--circuit malfunction===causes--wiring---TR sensor/switch---ECM/TCM

Posted on Dec 29, 2013

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The gear is a bad one too. go for a new transmission please.

Posted on Aug 30, 2009

SOURCE: my taurus wont start at times unless I shift the

Automatics have a safety interlock system that prevents the car being started in gear. Starting is therefore restricted to 'park or 'neutral' being selected.

Posted on Nov 18, 2010

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I'll check the Neutral Safety Switch. It's located on the shift shaft of the trans, and is a common problem. Also check the wiring leading to the switch, as it is exposed to road grime and has been known to corrode and melt.

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