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Old 09-30-2012, 06:59 PM
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2007 Jeep 3.8L Electrical

I have an class 7200 offroad race truck with a 3.8L V6 and oem wiring harness. I installed a remote start switch that turns the engine over but won't fire. How do you bypass the Neutral safety Switch on the trans?

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If it turns the engine over, but it won't catch, it probably isn't the NSS wire that is causing your shutdown. New Jeeps, 2007 and up have an immobilizer system that will prevent it from starting unless it see's the learned key in the ignition. The immobilizer will generally let the engine crank, but it won't start, or if it does start, it will die soon after. You can get a bypass module and install it along with your remote starter to get around the immobilizer.
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