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Where is the neutral safety switch on my 02 Grand Vitara

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It is part of the electrical ignition switch mounted on the trans shifter on the trans itself

Posted on Sep 01, 2010

  • disneyl Sep 01, 2010

    How do I get to it? It is not connect to the shifter inside the car. Do I have to remove the shifter from the inside to get to it?

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If you have a 5-speed manual transmission, you're probably looking for the clutch safety switch, which is located on the clutch pedal under the dash near the firewall, rather than the neutral safety switch, which is on the left side of automatic transmissions. Out of curiosity, why do you believe that it needs to be serviced?

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I have a 2001 Suzuki Grand Vitara 4wd. My gear shift is stuck in park, the button on the side wll not push all the way in. What could be the problem?


One actuator solenoid and module assembly, located on the lower portion of the steering column, locks the shifter in Park whenever it receives a signal that the ignition switch is in the ON position. When the module receives a signal from the Brake On-Off (BOO) switch that indicates the brake pedal is depressed, it unlocks the shifter so that it can be shifted out of Park."

It says the most common failures in the system are the fuse and the BOO switch, and if they are fine, special tools are needed to diagnose.

To disable the system: Apply the parking brake, turn the ignition key to LOCK, then remove the key. Insert the key and turn it to OFF. Press the brake pedal. Shift to neutral, start the vehicle and select the desired gear. Check this and additionally, I suggest check if your vehicle has some NSS (Neutral Safety Switch) that would be adjust.

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sounds like he may have jumped the starter relay under the dash, is this auto or 5 speed? you may have a bad ignition switch or neutral safety switch and also i hope you did not pay him if he couldn't tell you his little secret ;( good luck and please rate -jeff

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