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Where is the inhibitor switch

Can you please tell me where on the jeep grand cherokee auto 1995 model the inhibitor switch is. is it inside the car by the gear lever or under neath the gear box, Also is it difficult to change.

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    There is no such thing as a inhibitor switch, is this a trick question??

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Yes its on the transmission so you cant stat in drive reverse ect

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