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Has anyone here replaced the neutral safety switch behind the clutch lever ?
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No. If they fail I bypass them, if I haven't done it already. FSM and Electrical Manual are surprisingly silent on the subject except to say you cut and splice wires if you're replacing it.
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Yep.kind of figured that's what I'd do when I found out what you have to do to replace them .. good grief what a mess. Just went out. So tired of this. No way was I going to give the dealer $300.00 for a $10.00 switch. Thought I would cut the wires off by the switch and solder them together. Should do it ... thanks.
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According to the manual...

The Clutch Interlock Switch is wired on connector 24A/B in pin positions #7(signal) & #8(ground)... along with other left-hand control wires...

It also mentions that a DTC of B1154 may be set if the switch is determined to be shorted to ground... which is also equivalent to the following:
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It does not indicate any other operational detriment when the switch is shorted...

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Thanks. Good to know. Appreciated. Doesn't seem to be throwing a code. Just doesn't engage. I don't have my shop manuals with me. They're out of state along with my multimeter. This can wait for now it's just a nuisance not being able to start / restart in gear.
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There are no DTC's recorded in the ECM - Tsm - or the Spedometer and I do not have a tach. They come back as "none" I do get a rolling msg though outside of the above. Pn 32152 - 076 I can not clear it though as it's not a code. There is no record of it that I've found anyway. I suspect it has something to do with the alarm I had disabled not long ago. I'll call a dealer tomorrow and check it out.
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The PN numbers refer to the part number (version) of the ecm, speedo, tsm/tssm and/or the tach... It's used to validate updated firmware in the intelligent components...

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Thanks. Thought it was something like that. Only thing I can think of would be the siren I added. Everything else is stock except software remap. Siren has to go, Interferes with the center jack. I'll check and see what happens after it's removed.
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