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So I've been having issues where that car will start sometimes when I put the shifter in the right position. Now it completely pooped out on me.. no matter what I do to the shifter it will not start. This led me to believe It had to do with the NSS (Neutral Safety Switch) After coming to this conclusion I pulled it apart cleaned it up and still no start. So at this point I would like to find a way to bypass the NSS all together. I've seen posts on how to do this for a 9-3 and I believe a 9-5 but nothing for a 1994 turbo 900. Please if anyone has any ideas it would be greatly appreciated thanks.
 

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Bypassing it permanently is unsafe, fix the switch.
To test it, you can jump the yellow wires, but if you leave it that way an accident will occur (I guess it won't really qualify as an accident in that case)..
 
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