If you have a bad shift solenoid, DO NOT DRIVE THE CAR!!! The shift solenoid may get you around but only for a limited time. It could actually go out at any time. Your best bet is not to drive the car at all...not even to the dealership or repair shop. Not only can this leave you stranded, but could cause an accident on the hiways or city streets. Think safety first. I would have the car towed to your mechanic rather than drive it there, if at all possible.
When you press the brake, a switch on the back of the pedal activates a solenoid in the shift console that allows you to move the shift lever out of park. If the switch or solenoid fails, you won't be able to shift out of park. There is a bypass for this. You can stick a screwdriver in the side of the console to manually move the solenoid so that you can shift it. You will have to do this every time you shift out of park until you fix the problem. The owners manual covers it in more detail.
I'm not sure about a Pontiac, but on my mom's Ford Escort it is located under the all the plastic housing where the gear shift is mounted on the floor. It should be located somewhere near your safety interlock override button, as this is attached to the solenoid itself. You can use the override button to bypass the solenoid if it quits working so that you can get at least get your car in gear until you get a chance to replace solenoid.
I have a 99 an on the shift console there's a small plastic cap at top rt above "P" pull it off. It's a pretty small opening but I stuck drinking straw in an pressed button to unlock. It needs fixed but until u can it will keep u from being stuck.
Yes if it has an electrically operated solenoid that prevents the shift lever from being moved until you put your foot on the brake.
this just happened to me i have a 2001 Honda passport the problem with mine was a broken transmission cable. we just had this fixed but until we did i had to push the button on the gear shift and lift up a little and i could put the car into gear ... good luck
Usually, that means 7 AM until 3 PM. 7am-3pm is first shift 3pm-11pm is second shift 11pm-7am is third shift
It means you have an electronic transmission control problem. Quite possibly a shift solenoid in the transmission. It will be impossible to determine a fix until the system is scanned and diagnosed to find out what is wrong. It could be your vehicle speed sensor.
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Open the hood and locate the trans axle on the driver side of the car. You will need to remove the input sensor near the fill tube,it has a two wire small connector on it. The shift solenoid is under the rubber cover, remove the cover and discard if you are using a new solenoid. Next remove three 10mm long threaded bolts that hold it down,tap it with a hammer to break the gasket loose and remove it. There is two gaskets and a separator plate on the original solenoid.The new factory solenoid has one gasket,you discard the plate clean the area then install the gasket on the solenoid and slowly tighten the three 10mm bolts one then the other alternally until they are tight taken care not to strip the threads. install the removed input sensor and wire and the wire connector to the solenoid. Add fluid and go.The new solenoids are quiet no ratcheting when shifting. tsw
Usually battery or solenoid. If you hear a clicking noise, it is the solenoid. find the red wire coming off the battery, follow it until it connects to the solenoid, take off the red and black wires, put new solenoid in and your done.
No not all coupes ate stick shift I have a 1992 accord coupe it was auto until I swapped it out to a stick shift
The people who work from 11 PM or Midnight until 6 or 8 AM. Also called the graveyard shift.
I've had this problem for a while now. We went camping this memorial day weekend and it did this to the point that no amount of waiting or pushing fixed it, we called a tow truck to get it back to town and when the tow truck driver got out there he fixed it right away. To the right of the shifter is a small circular cap. Lifting that cap reveals a hole. At the bottom of that hole is a small button (you will need a long Phillips head screw driver or something of equivalent shape and size to reach it) depressing the button inside the hole will release the shift-lock and allow you to put it in drive. The tow truck driver informed me that this is caused by a bad "shift solenoid". The shift solenoid (to my understanding) basically informs the shifter when the brake pedal is depressed, a bad one means that the shifter is not getting that signal and will not release the shifter for use. This is not a permanent fix, the tow truck driver was adamant in recommending having a professional take a look at it as soon as possible, and I will do this same and recommend to you to go get it looked at as soon as possible.
The criuise control is on or the cruise control needs to be worked on. Applying the brake or if your car is a standard shift, pushing in the clutch should turn it on. Needless to say, get this fixed. It could be very dangerous. Check the fuse box for a fuse called Speed control. Pull the fuse until it can be fixed.
I second this question--only for a 1992 Volvo 240. My girlfriend would like to drive home...although she gets to stay here until it's fixed. ;)
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Until his/her shift ends (maybe longer).
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A buzzer is a relay and a switch. Current activates the solenoid (and you can hear it hit its limits) and opens a switch which relaxes the solenoid. Cycle repeats until current stops.
The most likely cause is a failing shift lock switch in the center console. This switch prevents the gear shift lever from moving until the brake pedal is depressed.
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It should be in the engine compartment somewhere close to the battery. The easiest way to find it is to follow the positive (red) cable from the battery until it connects to the solenoid. The solenoid is not very big and also has one or two small wires connected to it besides the battery cable.