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Selector in drive,truck will start from high gear,why is this, is there a fuse or relay burnt.

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Sounds like your "Neutral Safety Switch" is out of adjustment. It is located on the steering column under the dash, try loosening and adjust so vehicle will only start in Park or Neutral possitions.

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That model has a little problem in the transmission, it is called a sun gear inquire about this first.

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