Shifter lever

Asked by Oct 13, 2017 at 07:55 PM about the 2006 Buick Rendezvous

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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2006 rendezvous shift lever wont move into drive or anything is stuck in park. Tried putting in nuetral with key on and tried turning key to just unlock and play with break and lever didnt work. Checked shifter cable is fine, transmission ran perfect before parking this morning but now can get it to move out of park. Can pull it forward has a little looseness but just wont move out of park

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Check your brake lights, if they work then you have a failure in the release circuit for the shifter lock. If no brake lights check for a blown fuse, if those are good then test the brake light switch for proper operation. If you really need to drive the vehicle, check the owners manual for the emergency release of the shifter. just remember that when you get where your gong to set the park brake and put the trans in neutral or you will have to go through the release protocol again.

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