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I have been told that my neutral safety switch is out on my 2006 Subaru Baja. I have a manual transmission. I didn't think manual transmissions had a neutral safety switch. Please advise.

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Correct, but they do have a safety interlock somewhere on the clutch that prevents starter from getting power if clutch is not pushed in.

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