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Car won't start, battery is fine. No indication of any problems, returning from funeral car won't turn. All lights, radio everything else works fine.

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May be neutral safety switch, put into neutral and try to start. If that works have switch replaced its on the transmission. Even if it starts that way it wont take long before the car wont turn over in that position.

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