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Mitsubishi Transmission Inhibitor Switch

Mitsubishi Transmission Inhibitor Switch

WHAT MAKES A NEUTRAL SAFETY SWITCH GO BAD?

Like most car parts, age is the number one issue for neutral safety switches. Corrosion, dirt, moisture, and heat can also negatively affect a neutral safety switch. Because the switch is either housed in your transmission case or in the linkage, it’s exposed to the elements.

Cleaning your undercarriage is one way to prevent your neutral safety switch from going bad too quickly. Unfortunately, no matter how clean you keep it, eventually it will go bad.

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WHAT MAKES A NEUTRAL SAFETY SWITCH GO BAD?

Like most car parts, age is the number one issue for neutral safety switches. Corrosion, dirt, moisture, and heat can also negatively affect a neutral safety switch. Because the switch is either housed in your transmission case or in the linkage, it’s exposed to the elements.

Cleaning your undercarriage is one way to prevent your neutral safety switch from going bad too quickly. Unfortunately, no matter how clean you keep it, eventually it will go bad.

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