I have a 2000 Acura TL, and it had been having some no-start no-crank issues, usually, I would turn the key and nothing would happen (just one click), it might take a few tries but eventually it would start up. It also had intermittent issues with releasing the shifter from park, I would have to keep pressing the brake pedal many times before I would hear it click and release the shifter.
Also one other issue which I can only imagine is related: sometimes when in park, the shifter would make a clicking noise and vibrate slightly--pressing the brake pedal would eliminate the noise and clicking however!
Anyway, it seems like the NSS has gone bad (unless any of you have better ideas), and it's not starting AT ALL now.
Is there an actual way to bypass the NSS since it's just a safety feature, to get the car running so I can get it fixed or get to and from school for the time being?
Would bridging the ignition relay force the starter to crank and allow me to drive the car? That seems like the simplest solution.
Thank you all