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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If its a standard transmission its likely a bearing called the pilot bearing . Its a needle bearing that fits into the flywheel and the transmission shaft fits into it .If its worn the transmission will jump in reverse move up and down on the rubber mount . Or if its an automatic then its likely the rubber mount it self or a motor mount witch is also a rubber mount there is 2 on the motor and 1 on the trany
Posted on Apr 03, 2012
If it's automatic it could be the safety neutral switch...just jingle the gear up and down while turning the key with other hand....If you have a clutch it could be the safety switch behind your foot pedal under dash...If either one of these switches don't make contact your car want start..But like Frank said it could be a bad connection from battery to starter..Good luck
Posted on Aug 14, 2017
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