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Title: Neutral safety switch--69 Firebird convertible AT-350-350.
Post by: august2019 on September 12, 2019, 06:24:12 PM
Yesterday went to leave and car would not start.  Thought it was the solenoid but that is okay when shorting the input directly to the battery.  However, measuring the voltage from the key shows only about 5 volts getting to the solenoid and I suspicion the neutral safety switch is bad.  My problem, I don't know where it is.  Does not appear to be mounted beside the shift lever in the console and next to the cable, but I may have over-looked something.  any help here? 
Title: Re: Neutral safety switch--69 Firebird convertible AT-350-350.
Post by: firebirdclub on September 12, 2019, 07:20:09 PM
i would suggest posting on our Facebook Group at www.facebook.com/groups/firebirdclub .  There are more than 2000 active participants there.

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