Question about 2001 Dodge Neon
Could be that car is not recognizing that it is in park or neutral. That is only if it is automatic.Standards have a switch on clutch pedal. You can jump the starter to see if it is ok without removing from car. If the starter is faulty you would usually notice problems leading up to failure.
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Posted on Sep 11, 2010
Checck the key starter switch ,if it is switching the voltage to the solenoid of the starter located near the starter motor,.
If voltage is absent, then it is the key switch failure, but if present check if solenoid is switching, if not it is the solenoid switch. But if the solenoid is contacting and the supply goes to the starter without a response then it is failure of the starter motor, it can be the windings, failrue of the commutator,or the brush. But you will need to remove to confirm. maybe a cleaning an d adjsutment of the brush might work.
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