Re: how to bypass the neutral safety switch. on clutch pedal (Dogginator)
Originally Posted by Dogginator
Why do you want to do this? Are you installing a remote starter?
no im actually trying to start the car with out the tranny on it. im just attaching a bell housing to the engine to start the engine.
the reason being, i have been haveing some trouble finding a leak. i dont know if its my oil pan or my rear main oil seal that i just replaced. i want to beable to atleast rule out the rear mail oil seal. this is the second time i have to pull my tranny after i replaced the rear main oil seal.
i cant push the clutch because the slave cylinder is not connected to the tranny
Re: how to bypass the neutral safety switch. on clutch pedal (sik96teg)
I pulled the connector off of the switch and crossed the wires. Now I can reach in from the outside and start the car, which is nice when your working on it. I am the only one that drives my car, and I am very careful about keeping the tranny in nuetral.
I wouldn't advise jumping this permanently if you have others driving your car, or you smoke crippy, or drink too much, or take zannies, or smoke blunts, or taking prescription medication. JUST BE CAREFUL IF YOU DO.
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