shift lock is malfunctioning. you can bypass it there is a little "switch" on the side of your shifter for this purpose. that should help temporarily i believe there is a sensor to tell it when to shift out of park and that when this malfunctions you're stuck in park
my Pontiac keeps getting stuck in park
transmission shift bolt loose try pushing gear shifter all the way back to park
Into Park or out of Park?
MGM Grand Adventures Theme Park was created in 1993.
If you have an auto trans, check to make sure the car is in park. If the shift lever is even slightly misaligned, (even though the indicator says PARK) your key won't come out.
As a safety design, you do need to step on the brake pedal to shift out of park. If you are doing this and still can't shift, there may be something wrong in the transmission.
you have to put your foot on the break pedal, to shift out of park its a safety feature
does my 1996 pontiac ga stall out in park
1997 Buick park ave
the ignition lock cylinder is bad
Find the switch attached to the brake pedal for the shift interlock and jump the two wires together. Be careful not to disconnect the brake light switch
CHECK THE FEUS BOX IT SHOULD BE THE ONE UNDER THE HOOD OR CHECK YOUR MANUAL IN FEUS SECTION I am not so sure about the above answer. There is a switch attached to your brake. That may be bad. Then there is the shift lock solenoid under you shifter. You can manually open it and it will allow you to shift out of park. To fix that part you must by it from GM. And it is like 300 bucks. I just disabled the shift lock. Works everyday.
Prevents the vehicle from starting in other than Park or Neutral
Yes, the 1993 European Grand Prix was held at Donnington Park and won by Ayrton Senna.
Be sure to apply the brake before trying to shift out of park. If you apply the brake and the car still won't shift out of park, do not try to force it. The problem could be a failure of the mechanism that releases the shifter.
Yes in 1993 as the European grand prix, famously won by ayrton senna.
possably the switch at the brake? do your brake lights work??
1993 A Senna
If you step on the brake and it will still not come out of park. Your brake interlock is probably bad. It is under the console and you can get it at advance auto for around 20 bucks.
the shift interlock cable,sounds like the problem
I know that you've probably tried this, but it seems worth mentioning: is your foot on the brake? With my '99 Taurus, I must have my foot on the break to shift out.
All vehicles with automatic transmissions have a safety switch to prevent starting when the shift lever is not in the "Park" position. If you vehicle requires extra pressure or attention to engage the switch, it is because the shift mechanism is loose and/or misaligned.
The neutral safety switch, release switch, or brake switch is bad.
APPLY BRAKES AND SEE IF BRAKE LIGHTS COME ON. IF NO BRAKE LIGHTS, REPLACE THE BRAKE LIGHT SWITCH LOCATED ON THE BRAKE PEDAL ARM AND THIS SHOULD ALLOW YOU TO SHIFT OUT OF PARK. IF THAT BRAKE LIGHT SWITCH IS BROKE, YOU WON'T BE ABLE TO GET IT OUT OF PARK