When you’re out and about, you may have noticed a lot of new and different safety devices popping up around the city. Many of these devices are designed to help keep you and others safe, but some can be a little difficult to understand. In this post, we will take a look at how to adjust a neutral safety switch. By understanding how this device works, you’ll be better equipped to use it safely and correctly.
What is a Neutral Safety Switch?
A neutral safety switch is a type of switch that enables the car to move in either direction, depending on the position of the gearshift. It’s typically located on the floor near the driver’s feet, and it controls how much power goes to the engine.
How to Adjust a Neutral Safety Switch
If your vehicle’s shifter feels sluggish or is noticably looser in the gear range selector than it used to be, it may be time to adjust the neutral safety switch. Loosen the four screws that hold the neutral safety switch in place and slide it up or down the stem until it feels more responsive. If your vehicle has a manual transmission, be sure to use the appropriate gear range selector lever when adjusting the switch.
How to Reset a Neutral Safety Switch
If your car has a neutral safety switch, you can reset it by turning the key to the “off” position and then back to “on.” This will reset the switch and allow you to drive the car in either gear.
If you’re having trouble adjusting your neutral safety switch, there’s a few things you can try. First, make sure that the switch is properly seated in the bike frame. Next, check to see if the wire has been twisted. If it has been twisted, undo the twist and reattach the wire to the switch. Finally, if all else fails and you still cannot adjust your neutral safety switch, it might be time to take your bike into a mechanic for help. Thanks for reading!