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Neutral safety switch in dodge stratus 2004 and how do i get to it?

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Where is neutral safety switch in dodge stratus 2004 and how do i get to it?
What size engine? Also is this a standard shift transmission or an automatic?
Customer: replied 7 years ago.
2.7L flexfuel .automatic.

On the automatic transmission it is called the transmission range sensor and will have to remove the pan and vale body to replace it.



Customer: replied 7 years ago.
Awesome/helpful diagram. If this is a quick answer, can we bypass it temporarily? How?
No easy way to bypass it..........Are you trying to get the starter to crank?
Customer: replied 7 years ago.
yes. There is no power at the thin wire that goes to the solenoid (it is ground now.)

The reason I ask is there is an easier way to get the starter to crank. Remove the starter relay and with the key on jump from terminal 11 to 10 where the relay plugs in and as soon as the car starts remove the wire.



Customer: replied 7 years ago.
I will def accept answer with tip. thanks. one more question - do you have an image of the power-ground distribution for the pins in the connector for the neutral switch? Thanks again!

Yes. Here is a diagram of the switch.



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