OK, did you do as I stated in prior post about bridging the terminals? If so did it start or turn the engine over? This can help narrow down the problem, if engine turns over then can eliminate the starter from being bad and if it doesn't then the starter could be the problem, Also you say the Battery is good did you have the Battery tested? If you are saying it is good because all lights and all are nice and bright then you are wrong, just because all your lights and all are nice and bright doesn't mean the Battery is good, it could have a dead cell which can only be determined with a Battery Tester.
If you want to test the Neutral Safety Switch here's how.
Put your key in the ignition, but don't turn the engine on. Then put your car in the "reverse" gear, making sure to apply the parking brake and chock the wheels so the car doesn't roll.
Disconnect the wiring connector from the switch, then use a 12-volt test light or circuit tester. If the bulb lights up, then the problem is most likely not with your neutral safety switch. However, if no power is flowing through the wiring, then it's likely that the neutral safety switch is your culprit, and it will require replacing.
You'll be looking for a Red with Light Blue Striped wire to check.
Tuesday, April 1st, 2014 AT 10:42 AM