1990 Corvette 63,000 miles.
I am having intermittent starting problems that are getting worse.
The car cranks over very strong but no sign it will start. After trial and error month after month I tried moving the shifter to neutral, still nothing, just cranks over, so I keep moving the shifter from drive to park and back again nothing, THEN, I placed the shifter in 'Drive" then held the ignition key in the start position while I slowly slid the shifter into Neutral and it started. ( While holding the key in the ON position)
It's not consistent though, sometimes I move the shifter up and down and slam it into "Park" to get it started. As I write this I cannot get the car started no matter what I do to the shifter.
Could my problem be the Neutral safety switch? If so where is it located and can it be adjusted or should I just replace it?
have the same problem?
Saturday, May 27th, 2006 AT 8:16 PM