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Old 11-28-2008, 09:28 AM
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Neutral Safety Switch

Hi,
I just got a set of factory service manuals for my 97 F-350. I can't find where in the manuals it talks about adjusting the neutral safety switch. A lot of the time I need to mess with the automatic shift lever for the truck to start. I am thinking the switch needs to be adjusted.
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Old 11-28-2008, 09:37 AM
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Are you in Sterling Heights Michigan.

What you are wanting to do is adjust the TR sensor. That is the black box on the side of the transmission where the shift cable attaches. For this I suggest you have a shop do it. Because it is tricky and if you get it wrong then you will be taking it to the shop anyways.

If your in Sterling Heights Michigan I maybe able to help you out tomorrow.
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Are you in Sterling Heights Michigan.

What you are wanting to do is adjust the TR sensor. That is the black box on the side of the transmission where the shift cable attaches. For this I suggest you have a shop do it. Because it is tricky and if you get it wrong then you will be taking it to the shop anyways.

If your in Sterling Heights Michigan I maybe able to help you out tomorrow.
Thanks for the offer and advice Big Country. But, my plans have changed for this weekend. I won't be working on my truck like I should be doing. Talk to you later.
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