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Car won't start

I have an 89 chevy camaro. the starter is good. i found out that all the wires are getting power. but the wire that goes to the silenoid isn't getting power. can you help me. i was told to check the relay switch. i don't know where that is. or that it could be my nutral switch. again i don't know where that is. Help please!!!

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Your neutral switch is in your gear shift. it's just a little button on the shifter if it's an automatic... and if standard it''ll engange when you push the clutch in... your ignition switch might be fried if you are turning the key and the wire is getting no power..

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