the only button I know by the shifter is the for economy setting and power setting..from what I understand it changes the parameters in the computer control module to give the car more power and pep on the power setting or on economy setting it changes them to where the engine runs more efficiently. there is also a button that is usually on the dash near the shifter that controls the traction control if your car is equiped with that option, but that is usually on the dash,but I have seen them next to the shifter...if it is that button when you engage it you will get a light on the instrament panel showing traction control engaged. Turbo button when used drops the trany shifts into a lower gear to allow for quicker speed pickup time. but be careful not to over RPM the motor. keep a close eye on the RMP gauge. Turbo button when used drops the trany shifts into a lower gear to allow for quicker speed pickup time. but be careful not to over RPM the motor. keep a close eye on the RMP gauge.
If you are refering to the button on the side of the shifter then it is the overdrive on / off button.Toyo joe
well,if it's an automatic,then it's probably an overdrive on/off button.
there is a power button on your shifter for extra power
If you are unable to press in the button to move the shifter. Replaces the brake switch connected to the brake pedal.
put your foot on the brake push in the button the button in an the shifter and move it back to reverse or drive that's for an automatic anyway
That would be the OVERDRIVE selector switch.
Remove shift release button off the top of the shifter, inside there is a small snap ring. Remove the snap ring and lift the shifter knob off.
if it has a S on it, it is like sport mode it keeps you in a lower gear
It is the eject passenger button, do not push it unless you really dislike the passenger in the car with you
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How do you remove the automatic shifter cablein a 1997 GMC sierra 1500
the ets button should be locater right on the side of the shifter. i know for a fact on a 97 2.2L sunfire automatic tranny.
on the shifter the left hand side just under the shift button.
If you have amanual transmission You have to push down on the plastic ring above the shifter boot. after you push down the ring, Now you can unscrew the shifter knob. IF you have a automatic transmission you have to remove the screw on the side of the shifter knob. (Be careful the button on the shifter knob is spring loaded)
The [S] on the dash of an automatic vauxhall comes on when you press the [S] button beside the gear shifter, it alters the gear and differential settings for slippery conditions such as snow?
My Camero is an automatic and it has an SGS button.
Perhaps your brake interlock isn't working. That's the deveice that releases the shifter when you depress the brake. Most cars have a manual override. You probably will remove a cover and press a button with a pen or screwdriver. It should be near the shifter. Check your owner's manual for details.
Automatic or manual trans?
To be able to press the button on the shifter to remove your car from park you must press the break in.
same thing happened to me ---all it was -was worn shifter cables underneath the shifter console---tighten em up or buy two new ones---
There is a small button on the shifter knob just below the large button that you press to change shifter positons.
automatic or manual?
I have had the same problem with my '93 Impreza. The button on the automatic shifter will not depress to take it out of park. There is an override option in the owner's manual but I think the real problem is the brake light sensor. Ocassionaly, when I can actually get it out of park, you can hear a clicking noise when the brake petal is pressed, this is the shifter-lock releasing. It must be the sensor for the brake petal going bad.
carefully pop out the shifter button then remove the snap ring