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My Sonic will let me switch out of auto while I'm driving, so I imagine yes, you can. If it's something that would cause any major catastrophe, I'm sure they would put a mechanical switch in place to prevent any accidental shifting/changing of the trans.
They will install the items happily. but for a premium fee. debate whether these options will hold their value or how valuable they are to you. Always remember that aftermarket accesories are easier replaced, fixed or serviced. so check all available options before you rush to buy. Make sure if you go with oem accesories that they are still available.
You have to pull the steering wheel, which contains the airbag, in order to get at the switch underneath it. This is not an owner serviceable item, even if you have a puller, as the airbag must be dealt with. However most larger shops which do electrical work have the puller and the knowledge to do this. Most shops will have a much lower labor rate than a dealer, call around first.
you need to get a honda dealer to code the key(s)to the car.otherwise it will turn over and die each time you try to start it.(some cars have matching ecm/ignition switches)it would have been easier to tell your local honda dealer the chassis no and they would then have supplied the keys to your car.then coded them.
Yes, that was too much. The neutral safety switch costs around $70 (if I remembered right). I bought it from my Mazda dealer and asked them for a diagram to locate it. In most cases, my Mazda dealer has been helpful in provide diagrams for this minivan. The switch is located underneath the battery (you'll have to remove it) on the transmission. Make sure it is aligned right when you replace the switch; otherwise it won't find neutral, and you'll have to use the bypass switch on top of the steering column to start you engine.