Question about 2000 Plymouth Neon
My 2000 neon has a small brownish wire with a clip going to the starter. I bared a section of it 6 inches upstream of the clip and attached a wire to it which (with the ignition on and car in park) I touched to my battery positive (red) terminal and the car started right up. I have heard the neutral safety switch incorporates the reverse lights as well which started to fail in my car before the starter issue so I believe my problem stems from the nuetral safety switch. Perhaps yours is as well. Until I can check the starter relay and neutral safety switch I hooked up the wire going from the starter through a horn relay button I bought for $6 back to the battery to start it from inside the car. If you do this however make darn sure the car is in park before you press the button.
Posted on Oct 02, 2012
Try moving shifter to different positions when turning to start. It may be neutral safety switch, or start relay.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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