2004 Taurus Wagon Transmission Shift Selector Neutral Switch location

Asked by Aug 28, 2016 at 03:56 PM about the 2004 Ford Taurus SE Wagon

Question type: General

Hi all, I have an '04 wagon with the dreaded sloppy shift selector, won't
always start question. I checked out the torx T30 bolts/screws. They are
tight. I also checked down the cable. Everything "seems" to be copacetic. I
can't see the neutral switch, and was wondering if that. or a wire loose is
the problem. I get a click when turning the key until I hit the sweet spot.
Sometimes its tough getting the spot! Then she starts. Your help would be
much appreciated.Thanks, Ron

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sounds like the tranny has had it,my advice to you is to find a specialist qualified technician to diagnose your automobiles malfunctioning tranny

LOL! Why? The transmission is fine... when the car starts!

I found the Neutral switch, but it looks mechanically sound. I'm thinking electrical at this point? I hate intermittent shit!

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