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My nuetral switch needs adjusting where is it located exactly ?also starter seems to be getting stuck it doesn't fully turnover ,instead it will rev even when the key has been removed entirely from ignition !!!

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    James Tepfenhart May 11, 2010

    is the starter making a loud screaching noise when you try to start it. I'm not sure what you are trying to say, please give me a better explanation of what is happening.

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The neutral safety switch is actually in the transmission.

the starter relay should be on the p/side front fender near the battery, real easy to replace. disconnect the battery ground first.

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