Key is designed to not come out unless the transmission is in the park position. If the shifter is in park but the transmission is not, then the linkage (which hooks the shifter to the transmission) has somehow come out of adjusment. It will need to be adjusted - I would suggest having this done by a professional.
That is normal. It means it is not stuck.
I don't know if it is or not, why are you asking the internet. Check it yourself.
The float is stuck down at the bottom of the tank or you could have a wiring problem.
You can if you want but its a lot better to replace it so you don't stuck some place.
The switch on the brake pedal may not be working, if you unplug the wiring from it it should shift if this is the problem.
this just happend to me is was low on freon/134a or it could be your blend doors are stuck
Check to see if your thermostat is working or if it's stuck in the radiator hose. This just happened to me. If that doesn't work try changing your fuse.
You have a problem with the sender unit. It's a small arm that is in the pump unit in the tank. The springs can fail and they get stuck in one place.
First of all, it is a PCV valve. Not a PVC valve. It stands for positive crankcase ventilation-PCV. It is probalbly stuck right in the top of one of the valve covers with a hose or tube going from it to the air breather.
it all depends on where it is leaking from. If its out of th thing that tells u the temp and stuff then i just clued the crack in there shut and it drips now not a leak like befor. the tubes (drain tubes) where not stuck or clogged
If the thermostat is stuck in the open position, there is no way to keep it from staying open except by replacing it.
The needle in stuck. Try hitting the dash.
96 should have dual zone climate control but assuming both sides are set to cool you might have a stuck or broken valve in the dash
Defective light switch.
You might have seized your engine, meaning the crankshaft is stuck, in which case it isn't very hard to break loose usually, but you would still need to find out what caused the problem. Also, it might sound crazy, but it might also be that your A/C compressor has locked up and is keeping your serpentine belt from rotating. I had it happen to my '96 Monte Carlo. You can determine if this is the problem by simply removing the serpentine belt and trying to manually turn the compressor pulley. If it does not turn then you need to replace it. Hope this helps.
Float in tank is stuck or defective gauge Sounds like the sending unit is stuck in the full position.
probably the switch stuck on. pull out fuse in mean time
Dead cell in the battery, any light on the car that is staying on, or a stuck relay.
Sounds like the sending unit in the tank is stuck. It works kind of like the float in your toilet. There is a piece that floats on the top of the fuel and it is attached to a rod that goes to your sending unit. The higher the float, the more gas is shown on the gauge due to the position signal the sending unit is sending out to the fuel gauge. If it is stuck, it probably is best to have it replaced.
The sensor is stuck if the bottle is full. Just shake it up, it will unstuck.
I got stuck by a yucca tip in the side of my knee, it realy hurts and causing me to limp. what should I do for it? Edited answer: No, it is not poisonus.
There's no such thing as a "1993 Monte Carlo 3.4 motor"... The first generation Chevrolet Monte Carlo (1970-1972). In 1973, the second generation Monte Carlo (1972-1977). Third generation (1978-1980). The fourth generation Monte Carlo (1981-1988). The last rear wheel drive Monte Carlo was built December 11, 1987 at 5:29PM at the Pontiac Michigan plant. After a six year absence, however, the Monte was re-introduced for a fifth generation (1995-1999). In 1998 and 1999 the 3.4L DOHC (215 HP) was changed to a 3.8L (A mere 200 HP) for the Z34 package.Back to your question pertaining to a presumable 95-97 3.4L engine. The alternator is replaced by removing the right front drive axle. Not as hard of a task as you may think it to be, but if you don't know what you're doing nor have a book to go by, then it can be a tall order. I would recomend going to Auto Zone ---- BUY THIS: Haynes 24048 Chevrolet Lumina Monte Carlo and Impala Haynes Repair Manual for 1995 thru 2005 Front-wheel Drive Models (like $16.00). Then, may a bee line for NAPA and buy your brand new alternator there. It will cost a lot more but it will surely last the life of the engine as opposed to Autozone's Refurbed Crappers. Those go out too fast for as much work as you have to go through to replace the alternator on this engine. Be sure to compare the bracket fittings on the new alternator against the original. You may, more than likely, have to remove the old pulley and place it on the new alternator. For this you would need a "Pulley Puller". You can rent this at AutoZone. Also, DON'T FORGET TO UNHOOK THE NEGATIVE TERMINAL ON YOUR BATTERY BEFORE ANY ELECTRICAL WORK IS DONE TO YOUR CAR AND REMOVE ANY METAL JEWELRY AS WELL. I SAW A GUY NEARLY LOSE HIS FINGER BECAUSE OF HIS WEDDING RING GOT STUCK BETWEEN THE TERMINALS ON THE STARTER SOLENOID. GOOD LUCK!!
Food stuck in the esophagus is blocking your airway. If your airway is blocked, no air can get into your lung, thus causing breathing difficulties.
A female dog or bitch's cervix will contract after sex causing the male to become stuck This helps to ensure fertilisation
no. but it will interfere with keeping your engine staying cool its simple to replace a fan clutch