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1995 pontiac grand prix starting issues

Ok long story short. Car will not start. This is what has been tested. Starter and solenoid is good, it was bypassed and started. Mechanic was just gonna put a button in car to start that way but no power in ignition. Went and got new ignition assembly. That was not the problem. Dont worry didn't have to pay for part. Now power was tested and he said there is no power between ignition and starter. So my question what can it be. Maybe neutral safety switch?. Other question is there other relay switches between ignition and starter. This is getting very aggravating and I want my car back :)

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Check the neutral safety switch,it is most likely the problem.

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