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4 minutes ago, Stephen G said:

Has anyone had this problem before changed stop light switch ok still not starting is there a solenoid between the ignition and the gear lever

 

Hello Stephen,

 

Welcome to the Forum.

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Hi Stephen, have you press the small button down and try and shift the lever whilst button is held down??

 

Also, may find that the brake pedal needs to be press down before shifting, there could be an issue with the witch on the pedal.

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I saw a youtube video on changing this switch - I think I recall that there are actually 2 switchs, one is for the break lights, one activates the selonoid that releases the gearshift and allows engine to start

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5 hours ago, Liam said:

Is there any codes? There are lots of sensors on auto gearbox's. Do you have engine light on? What did the aa man say?

Got it started gears ok it was a fuse hiding under the passenger side behind the relays very hard to change 

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1 hour ago, Stephen G said:

Got it started gears ok it was a fuse hiding under the passenger side behind the relays very hard to change 

 

Hi Stephen,

 

Glad you got it fixed.

 

For the benefit of others, which fuse was it ?

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1 hour ago, Stephen G said:

Fuse number 23   It was a7.5  fuse on the passenger side behind the glove box looking for the floor pan up which was a hard job to do good luck

 

That's the MET IGN fuse.

Don't ask !

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4 hours ago, Stephen G said:

Got it started gears ok it was a fuse hiding under the passenger side behind the relays very hard to change 

Glad it was something simple and the fuses are a pain to get at. Use the fuse puller out of the fuse box in engine bay, makes it a little easier

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