Neutral Safety Switch - Car Won't Start
Hi guys, my 97 4.6L manual is not starting. The car is (unfortunately) at midas right now, and they say they need to replace the neutral switch for $300.
Ridiculous labor charge aside, does this sound right? I've been looking up the clutch switches for mustangs and all I find is info telling me that after '94 only the 3.8l has the clutch safety switch
Is this switch just the push button under the clutch pedal that would be replaced?? does any wiring have to be taken care of as well?
I dont really get it, because in my mitsubishi eclipse, I disabled the clutch safety switch so I can start my car w/o putting the clutch in. Why couldn't i just do this in the mustang and not have to replace the switch..... or is it a lot more complicated than that....i.e. wiring?
thanks for any input