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I have a 1991 dodge dakota with a 5.2 efi motor,the problem i have is when i turn the key nothing happens,all the other electronics work with the key on,it just will not roll over,i have had the starter tested many times and it always checks out ok,just will not engage when in the truck. i have checked out all the fuses,which checked out ok, i have also just replaced the ignition switch, still nothing motor is not set up either in the truck it is just like the starter is dead it does not even click, i have had the battery tested also and it is fine,in fact i even tried other batteries still the same result. my next thing to check is the neutral safety switch,any help you can offer would be greatly appreciated, thank you for your time.

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HI do you have a after market alarm on this truck

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SOURCE: Where is the neutral safety switch?

IF you have a chrysler 727 trans it's on the left rear corner of the case just above the trans pan (has 3 wires on it) If you have an asi trans, I'm not sure where they put it but I'd look around the linkage going into unit and on the other side (like jeeps have)

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