I have a 92 camaro rs, 305 5-speed. It wont start. I want to eliminate the nuetral safety switch before changing the solenoid. Where is the Clutch neutral safety switch physically located on this car, what does it look like, and can I "jump" it out for testing purposes???????
Assuming all connections and battery are O.K. It could be a bad connection, or the starter brushes or solenoid is worn. While you hold the key on "start" have someone tap the starter with a small hammer. If it goes then, it's probably the starter.
P.S. Be careful!
[This message has been edited by davidpozzi (edited 02-23-2000).]
Just hotwire the starter. 2 wires on the solenoid, one big, one little. Use a suitable tool to connect them together. If the starter is good it will crank! (don't jump, it makes a sizeable spark, and tape up your tool so you don't accidently ground the battery, that makes a really big spark.) Tape your tool, huh, that sounds somewhat obscene...