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I cant locate neutral safety switch on a 88 labaron. if any body has any advice thanks in advance.

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  • alaureano Jul 17, 2009

    thanks for the advice. i have't tried to replace it yet. but i will let you now if fixed my problem.

    thank again
    al.

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It is located on the side of the transmisson where the shifter lever goes in.

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