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I Need a picture of the location of the inhibitor relay on a 1993 Maxima

Need to bypass neutral safety switch on a 1993 Maxima, so I need to know where to find the inhibitor relay

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Look for a relay block at the right front fender, under the hood. Bottom of the cover should show relay locations.

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SOURCE: Need to replace nuetral safety switch on a 1991 Buick Park Avenue

It is located on the transmission follow the gear shift cable to the end on my 1996 nissan sentra it is located on the front righthand side if your looking at the engine (below the battery) it has 3 (10mm) screws to remove and it slips out of the gear shift cable.

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SOURCE: 1995 nissan altima

Check this link.

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SOURCE: please show me picture of the location of the

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SOURCE: I gotr a 98- 4L60E trans in limp mode & want to bypass neutral saftey switch. Can you help?

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.

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If switch is good and starter is good, the start wire from switch goes to, if automatic, to inhibitor relay (the park/neutral function) and then to starter. There is also an inhibitor switch on the shifter or on the transaxle that turns on the inhibitor relay when key is on and shifter in park or neutral. The inhibitor switch is powered by a 10 amp fuse D.
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