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Question 93 maxima

I have a 93 Maxima and have been told to replace the neutral saftey swich. Don't want to tear the whole thing apart and it looks like it is somewhere under the dashboard. Going by what the parts company told me. Where is that stupid thing.

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The neutral safety switch is on the tranny. Mine acts up every now and then to the point I have to put it in neutral and jiggle the shifter while holding the key in the start position. Keep your foot on the brake cause it's subject to to engage the forward or reverse mode.
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