What might prevent a 97 Eagle Talon from shifting into gear after replacing the wiring harness and steering column?
If the trans. is an automatic, the prob. might be in the trans. shift interlock solenoid. This is a solenoid that prevents shifting into gear unless your foot is on the brake pedal. The solenoid is located on the steering column or under the center console on floor shift models. Check to see if you have any connectors unplugged at these locations, if you do, find where it goes and your problem may go away.
What will happen if after replacing the power steering high pressure hose and don't finish to bleed air out of the line?
If its not the shift solenoids what could prevent the transmission from shifting into third gear and overdrive?
Where do you hook the brake light switch wire on a trailer brake controller on a 1998 Chevy pickup with a tow package?
Start from the rear where the factory trailer lights wiring harness is, or from the taillights/brakelights themselves. Follow the wire (I think it should be blue) from the harness or taillights to the wiring harness as it runs to the (driver's side) under hood fuse panel. Again, it should be blue in color. On a Tekonsha brake controller you'll hook the red wire to it anywhere along that wire. Hope that helps. According to http://www.4door.com…