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Commodore VE Calais sportswagon Auto - HELP

Discussion in 'Electrical Wiring / Questions' started by Neal Brown, Nov 6, 2019.

  1. Neal Brown

    Neal Brown New Member

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    Good afternoon all,

    Please bear with me i am new to site and this is my fist post.

    I have a 2010 Commodore VE Calais V8 and have a problem with the neutral safety switch.

    I have searched google for days now finding lots of diiferent answers.

    Could somebody please tell me exactly where the switch is and how to get to it and replace.

    I am pretty good with electronics and ok with cars.

    I know it is definatly the neutral safety switch (inhibitor switch) as if i gently pull down with the gear shift i can get it to start when it hits the exact right position.

    Many many thanks in advance
     
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    Have a look on the passenger side of the transmission, if it's not there it's probably part of the shifter.
     
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    Its on the side of the Passengers Side Transmission,
    For a "inhibitor switch" to play up, its not a common fault, but I wont say never,
    In saying that, Just mark the exact position when its located on the side of the Trany, or take photo's.
    Then check the contacts with a Multimeter.
    I have to ask, has the car been shunted ? [in Front or Back],
    Because that can push the running gear out of alignment for this very fault.
     

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