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    Ouch. Screwed up the Neutral Safety Switch Install. No Park. Starts in neutral

    Awesome. Thanks. I was just wondering? Is that little locking clip tethered, or can it go flying when it pops off?
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    Ouch. Screwed up the Neutral Safety Switch Install. No Park. Starts in neutral

    I'm thinking that your selector cable stretched so the lights aren't in sync anymore. I figure checking the adjustment should fix it.
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    Ouch. Screwed up the Neutral Safety Switch Install. No Park. Starts in neutral

    Your old interlock switch may still be fine but just out of adjustment?
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    Ouch. Screwed up the Neutral Safety Switch Install. No Park. Starts in neutral

    My car is a manual transmission and I don't know much about the automatic, but from reading through the service manual a bit, it sounds like you need to adjust your TR Switch? Do this first, then check your TR Switch if it doesn't work.
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    Ouch. Screwed up the Neutral Safety Switch Install. No Park. Starts in neutral

    There's a few things you need to look into. The transmission has both a mechanical adjustment of the cable, and an electrical adjustment of the selector switch. Here's a link to the service manual for full instructions. https://www.floptical.net/mazda/
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    Protege5 Leak (tranny fluid). Which seal?

    I filled my boots with grease before I installed my new LCAs. There is very little grease in the boot and I didn't want any air in my boots. I could put the needle down beside the stud so I didn't have to puncture the boot. I also used the needle on all the other dust boots I could think of...
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    Protege5 Leak (tranny fluid). Which seal?

    This is a link showing some spots that you might want to lubricate. https://mazdas247.com/forum/t/what-have-you-done-to-your-p5-today.123616046/post-6750361 You might want to check and grease/oil your P-brake cables. They were probably submerged. Your gas cap release lever is on the floor...
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    Protege5 Leak (tranny fluid). Which seal?

    I agree. I've got some emergency repair tape on hand. This stuff is supposed to be able to seal a torn radiator hose. You peel off the orange tape to expose the glue. Seal your boot and pack it with grease. Clean your boot first so the tape sticks better.
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