Transmissions and shifting

Asked by Feb 01, 2016 at 05:07 PM about the 2001 Pontiac Aztek

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 2001 aztek im trying to tow it cuz the
ignition is messed up how do i get it in neutral
without power to it

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You should be able to shift it to natural by just turning the key to on. I hope you do not tow far without the front drive axles off the ground.

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We just had this issue our self my wife's car even with the key in wouldn't come out of park. You have to take the cup holder out and they're on the gear shifter is a white knob get a piece of paper and pull the knob out and put the paper in to keep it out. My wife's car got towed and they had to shake her Pontiac off of the tow truck and drag it in it which wasn't good due to the fact the tires are 900 bucks on the car

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