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I can not get power to switch over to allow me to start my mortar home!

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If the battery is good, then there should be power at the starter solenoid. The solenoid is connected to the starter.The solenoid is energized by the ignition key. When the key is turned, the starter solenoid allows power to feed the starter. Try tapping the starter solenoid while turning the key. Have a friend help and use something non metallic to tap the solenoid. Good luck!

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Hi JoAnn,sounds like you have a bad neutral safety switch.
  • Neutral safety switch sends a signal to the on-board computer to allow the engine to start and to engage the transmission
  • When not replaced, vehicle may experience no start and/or transmission will not shift out of park.Here's alink on how to replace it.
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