Agree w John .. Jump vacuum switch and try and jump neutral switch to ground and try . Vacuum switch is a little dicey on these cars. Have also seen wiring mixed up at start relay to vacuum switch but itvwas working right?
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On Aug 3, 2016, at 11:33 PM, 'John L. Chesnutt' chesnutt@xxxxxxxxxxxx [Chrysler300] <Chrysler300-noreply@
You need to first check:
1. The Neutral Switch located on the outside of the transmission.
2. Vacuum Switch on the intake manifold
I don’t think your starter button switch is the problem.
John – Portland, OR - Owned our 300C for 58 years.
The starter button/neutral button in my C fails to engage the starter. Jumping the relay starts the car fine, so I
can only assume the button is the problem.
Is my next step to pull the shift button assembly or is there a simpler attack ? Any insight greatly appreciated !!
Jeff Miklas - ldmiklas@xxxxxxxxxxx