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This is the part you need: https://www.amazon.com/DODGE-Neutral-safety-switch-Sensor/dp/B00LOWRHZE I replace a lot of these, and always keep them in stock. Do not use an aftermarket. Those things are bad right out of the box more often than not. I honestly do not know how they get away with selling that crap.

It is also possible that the plastic cam on the rooster comb is worn or damaged, but given the fact that the "Park" position is all the way in, and the "1" position is all the way out, I would not suspect that. The plastic cam is replaceable, too, if needed. I keep those around here all the time as well.
 

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Aftermarket range selector are crap i agree with that!
 

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This is the part you need: https://www.amazon.com/DODGE-Neutral-safety-switch-Sensor/dp/B00LOWRHZE I replace a lot of these, and always keep them in stock. Do not use an aftermarket. Those things are bad right out of the box more often than not. I honestly do not know how they get away with selling that crap.

It is also possible that the plastic cam on the rooster comb is worn or damaged, but given the fact that the "Park" position is all the way in, and the "1" position is all the way out, I would not suspect that. The plastic cam is replaceable, too, if needed. I keep those around here all the time as well.
He's right.

Right now I have the R light out on mine. I suspect the aftermarket part, and have bought an OEM one from the Steelership to try out. I have tried a number of aftermarket ones over the years and they don't seem to hold up.
 

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This is the part you need: https://www.amazon.com/DODGE-Neutral-safety-switch-Sensor/dp/B00LOWRHZE I replace a lot of these, and always keep them in stock. Do not use an aftermarket. Those things are bad right out of the box more often than not. I honestly do not know how they get away with selling that crap.

It is also possible that the plastic cam on the rooster comb is worn or damaged, but given the fact that the "Park" position is all the way in, and the "1" position is all the way out, I would not suspect that. The plastic cam is replaceable, too, if needed. I keep those around here all the time as well.
Thank you for the link, I will be ordering one next week.

Where is the plastic cam and the rooster comb? Sorry if it is a dumb question, just do know where they are located.
 

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hi they are part of the valvebody, to replace them you have to drop the valvebody.
 
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