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What main the sheift lock on controlgear panel

On control gear panel what the main the sheift lock

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This is the button that you would push to unlock the shift lever in the event of a dead or flat battery, and you need to move the car.

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Shifter is locked in park on a 2002 bravada that sayes on dash its in reverse


PRND321 Display
The instrument panel cluster (IPC) displays the selected gear position as determined by the engine control module (ECM). The IPC - instrument panel cluster receives a serial data message from the ECM indicating the gear position. The PRND321 display blanks if:
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The ECM detects a malfunction in the transmission range switch circuit.


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The IPC detects a loss of serial data communications with the ECM. The automatic transmission shift lock control system is a safety device that prevents an inadvertent shift out of PARK when the engine is running. The driver must press the brake pedal before moving the shift lever out of the PARK position. The system consists of the following components:
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The automatic transmission shift lock control solenoid


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The automatic transmission shift lock control switch

With the ignition in the ON position, voltage is supplied to automatic transmission shift lock control switch. Voltage flows through the normally closed contacts of the automatic transmission shift lock control switch to the automatic transmission shift lock control solenoid. The automatic transmission shift lock control solenoid is permanently grounded. This energizes the automatic transmission shift lock control solenoid causing the transmission shift lever to be physically locked in the PARK position. When the brake pedal is pressed the contacts in the automatic transmission shift lock control switch open, de-energizing the automatic transmission shift lock control solenoid. This allows the shift lever to be move out of the PARK position.
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Electric windows not working but locking the doors when you push it


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Power window



REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
R/V Series
  1. Raise the glass to the full up position and tape it to the door frame with fabric tape.
  2. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  3. Remove the door trim panel.
  4. Remove the window control bolts and lay the control aside for access.
  5. Remove the regulator-to-door panel attaching bolts.
  6. Disconnect the harness from the regulator.
  7. Slide the regulator assembly rearward, disengaging the rollers from the sash panel.
A notch is provided in the sash panel to allow disengagement of the forward roller on the window regulator.
  1. Remove the regulator assembly through the access hole in the door.

CAUTION The next step must be performed when the regulator is removed from the door. The regulator lift arms are under tension from the counterbalance spring and can cause serious injury if the motor is removed without locking the sector gear in position.
  1. Drill a hole through the regulator sector gear and back plate. DO NOT drill a hole closer than 1 / 2 in. (13mm) to the edge of the sector gear or back plate. Install a pan head sheet metal tapping screw (No. 10-12× 3 / 4 in.) in the drilled hole to lock the sector gear in position.
  2. Remove the motor-to-regulator attaching screws and remove the motor from the regulator.
To install:
  1. Prior to installation, lubricate the motor drive gear and regulator sector teeth.
  2. Install the motor to the regulator. Make sure the motor and sector gear teeth mesh properly before installing the retaining screws.
  3. Remove the screw locking the sector gear in the fixed position.
  4. Reposition the motor in the door and install the wiring connector.
  5. Attach the regulator to the door.
C/K Series
  1. Disconnect the battery ground cable.
  2. Remove the door trim panel.
  3. Remove the water deflector by peeling it back.
  4. Disconnect the door lock rods at the module.
  5. Loosen the upper run channel bolt.
  6. Move the run channel away from the glass.
  7. Pull the wiring harness towards the door to reach the connector. Remove the boot from the wiring and disconnect the harness at the door hinge pillar.
  8. Remove the module and window assembly from the door frame by tilting it and lowering it from the door.
  9. Fold back the tab on the channel and slide the glass out.
  10. On trucks with power components, drill out the rivets from the inner handle housing.
  11. Drill out the regulator assembly rivets.
  12. Remove the regulator/motor assembly.

CAUTION The next step must be performed when the regulator is removed from the door. The regulator lift arms are under tension from the counterbalance spring and can cause serious injury if the motor is removed without locking the sector gear in position.
  1. Install a pan head sheet metal tapping screw through the sector gear and backing plate in the hole provided, to lock the sector gear in position.
  2. Drill out the motor-to-regulator attaching rivets and remove the motor from the regulator.

To install:
  1. Prior to installation, lubricate the motor drive gear and regulator sector teeth.
  2. Install the motor to the regulator. Make sure the motor and sector gear teeth mesh properly before installing the replacement attaching bolts and nuts.
  3. Remove the screw locking the sector gear in the fixed position.
  4. Reposition the motor/regulator in the door and install the wiring connector.
  5. Attach the regulator to the door.
  6. Slide the glass out into the channel and fold over the tab.
  7. Fit the glass into the rear channel in the door, then, while pulling the channel towards the glass, fit the glass into the front run channel.
  8. Install the boot from the wiring and connect the harness at the door hinge pillar.
  9. Install the lower run channel bolt.
  10. Install the door lock rods at the module.
  11. Install the module panel screws, starting at the top left, then the top right.
  12. Install the water deflector.
  13. Tighten the upper run channel bolt.
  14. Install the trim panel on the door.

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Sheift lock


The term "shift lock" is the system that is in place to prevent the vehicle from being shifted out of Park into Reverse or Drive WITHOUT having the driver's foot firmly on the brake pedal. The brake light switch on the brake pedal closes a circuit that energizes a solenoid under the shifter. When the brake is applied, and the solenoid is energized, the shift lever is no longer "locked", and can be moved to the desired position.
The idea here stems from a phenonomon several years ago that dealt with the issue of "Sudden Intended Acceleration". What was happening here was, for some unknown reason, engines started developing high RPMS for no reason, and several accisents were reported due to this issue. The vehicle would accelerate "unintendedly", when putting into drive or reverse, and could hit something.

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