Question about 2003 Dodge Neon
I have found that to replace the neutral safety switch in my dodge neon 2003 I will have to excess the inside of the transmission and that it is a 3 hour job. So I want to pass the switch. How do I do that.
If you mean you want to start the car without the switch interfering, yes, you can do that by cutting the tan wire from the starter relay and grounding it to the chassis. This will allow the engine to start in any gear. However, the switch does a lot more that neutral safety. It tells the pcm what gear you want to choose. So, if the switch is bad, it could give the pcm bad data about your selection. Bottom line is, the car should start (please have your foot on the brake when you try), but the transmission may not work as expected.
Posted on Sep 23, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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