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I had ford mugstang with 3.8 engine check engine ligth is on dtc p0705 trans range sensor(prndlinput can u tell me the proedure to fix this also overdrive ligth is on is a ford mugstang with 3.8 engine

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  • leonel alvarado Aug 01, 2010

    thanks i repl neutral switch this fix my problem

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There is a the neutral safety switch. It's located on the shift shaft of the transmission and is known to go bad . Just replace it. Mostly the new one will come with an instruction on how to do it.

Posted on Jul 19, 2010

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    INDIRA KUMAR Jul 19, 2010

    It is located on the outside of the transmission, it goes over the shift selector shaft.

  • INDIRA KUMAR
    INDIRA KUMAR Aug 01, 2010

    Try replacing it..



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