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see if this helps you out. where is the neutral safety switch on 2006 chevy impala Google Search
or read this. Where is the neutral safety switch?
Column shifters have the neutral safety switch located on the of the transmission. Mechanical floor shifters have the neutral safety switch located on the of the transmission. Electronic floor shifters have the neutral safety switch in the shifter housing and a gear position switch on the transmission.11 Aug 2016
The purple wire with a white stripe goes to the starter from the neutral safety switch. I believe it is the yellow wire at the neutral safety switch that will have the the signal from the ignition switch for the start signal. ( Test this yellow wire with a test light while holding the key in the start position to see if it lights to make sure yellow is the correct color ) and join the wires together. This will by-pass the neutral safety switch
No biggie Brother. Just the neutral safety switch needs be adjusted better. I've the same problem with my Ranger and I plan on just connecting the two wires together at the neutral safety switch. Then it will crank every time, no matter what gear it's in. but it's only natural to have it park when stopped anyway, so I see no problem in just jumping the 2 wires together to have the circuit always complete. It won't hurt a thing.
Neutral safety switch is out of adjustment , sticking, or just flat worn out. The switch works like the door light switches with a plunger that engages when you open the door. A decent shop manual is the best way to get instruction and you can get one with pictures and instructions starting at about $20 at your local parts store or book store. Well worth the money. Haynes or Chilton's are a few that are easy to get and simple, but don't go in for the big shop manual as they are expensive and confusing for the small job mechanic.
The back-up light switch is incorporated into the neutral/park safety
switch. The neutral safety switch on 1988-94 models is mounted in the
Neutral Start/Back-Up Switch The procedure is for switches that are mounted on the
transmission only. This adjustment is performed with the switch
removed from the vehicle. Neutral position tool J 41364-A or its
equivalent is required for this procedure.
Position tool J 41364-A or its equivalent onto the park/neutral
switch. make sure that the slots on the switch are lined up with the
lower tabs on the tool.
Rotate the tool until the upper locator pin on the tool is lined
with the slot on the top of the switch.
Put the trans in nuetral and see if it starts normal with key. If not, then the ignition swith is suspect. The actual switch is mounted on top of the steering column on the lower end. It is actuated by a rod. the key has no electrical. or your trans linkage needs adjusting. Good luck, Ned-
It's on the side of the transmission. There should be two 2 wire conections on the side. One is your neutral safety switch and the other is the reverse light switch. They either screw out or the have a bolt and fork holding them in.disconnect one of them and try to start it in gear. If it will start then the other one is the reverse light switch. if not then the one you pulled is it.