Under the dashboard implies a column shift. This would mean a mechanical linkage. If so there is a connection on the steering column just outside the firewall in the engine compartment, a rod down to the frame and another rod to the transmission. At any one of these points there is a hard plastic or brass bushing. The rod may have come out of the bushing, the bushing worn or missing. The entire length of the shift rod should be visible and worn or broken point found.
Yes, but it isn't the ignition itself, it could be bad linkage rods that connect to the starter motor.
you have a few possibilities. the linkage could be disconnected on the handle, you could have broken linkage from the handle to the latch or your lock linkage could be disconnected while it is in the lock position. all of these can be accessed from the interior door trim panel. to get the door open you will probably have to remove the interior screws while the door is closed and pull back the panel as far as you can. be careful not to break it but you should be able to reach the linkage and open the door from inside the door frame
check the lights could be a break light head light or running light is out
it could be something as simple as a burnt out fuse. their should be a fuse box underneath the dashboard to the left of the break petal, or underneath the hood near the battery. if that's not the case, it could be a loose connector or wire
Never heard of it, it's either linkage or cable. Carburetered vehicles could be linkage or cable operated. Throttle body would be cable operated or even electronically operated. Older transmissions could be linkage and later models would be cable operated.
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It depends on the type of transmission. If it is a manual transmission, the first thing to check would be the linkage. If the linkage is not the problem, then it could be the bushings or the synchronizer. If it is an automatic transmission, then it could be a problem with the bands, though you could have debris in the valve body or a servo problem. In some cases, linkage bearings could be an issue.
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The linkage that connects the shift lever to the transmission could be out of adjustment or the reverse gear in the transmission itself could be bad. Usually it's the linkage.
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it could be inside or by the dashboard
I have a 99 Saturn and for my broken linkage I paid about $350.00 It was the best price I could find.