saturn neutral relay switch

Asked by Jul 23, 2011 at 09:39 PM about the 1994 Saturn S-Series 4 Dr SL Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

saturn neutral relay switch

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You might want to ask a real question to get an answer. Not picking on you ... but what is the real problem?

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the problem is it wont start no clicking no sound at all the starter ws replaced 2 weeks ago doubt it failed that soon!

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What year, make and model is your car? You are correct in that the starter should not have failed in 2 weeks time. Have you had this problem since before the starter was replaced? Did it start for a while after the starter was replaced and then the starter would not work again? Have you checked these things: Is the starter the only thing electrical having problems? Does the battery have a full charge? Have you tried adjusting the neutral safety switch?

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if you go to START UR CAR , dash lights come on , fuel pump hums but nothing happens until LATER OR tomorrow and it decides (again) its not going to (intermittently start ) START ?? Well , its the Neutral Safety Switch , which is easy to do if you have a lift or floor jack, and internet for you tube.

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