Q: Car doesn't always start in Park but then will start in Neutral..the dealer says it needs new starter..

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They says it is not the neutral switch and it only starts in neutral when it doesn't start in park in just a coincident..they say it needs a new starter but hate to spend that money while it starts so far in neutral..What may be the problem ( other than the starter issue)

My car has 72000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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