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P1899 i knew what the code was......was tryin to figure out if i could fix it or if i have to pay some to take my car apart

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P1899 Park/Neutral Switch Stuck In Park Or In Gear

In all except AW-4 transmissions, It is easily removed.

Unbolt it from the tranny
Disconnect the wires
Install a new one by reversing the steps.

If your tranny is an AW-4, let me know. I'll post the procedure.

Hope this helps

Mike

Posted on Jul 17, 2008

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    bfornal Feb 24, 2013

    Please post what the procedure is for an AW-4. I have a 2000 dodge Durango V8 4.7L and it does not have a p/n switch. and the code P1899 is coming up. please advise

  • jeffrey Jul 14, 2013

    i put a new saftey swich from jeep and code still comes up. what do i do

  • jeffrey Jul 14, 2013

    on p 1899

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The neutral switch is on the trasmission on the shirter its not that hard to change good luck pierre

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