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Probably referring to gearboxes
A manual gearbox in a car requires a clutch that has to be disengaged when changing gear. This is done by a pedal operated by the drivers left foot. So a manual car has 3 pedals.
An automatic or auto gearbox does not have a clutch so there is only 2 pedals.
The auto car is started with the gear lever in P for Park and then moved to D for Drive. All gear changes are done automatically
change transmission fluid and filter. have your car scanned to see what the check engine light is telling you.you can take it to advance auto or auto zone. they will scan it for you .tell you what you need .usually when check engine comes on. you got a bad sensor.
Brian... i would respectfully advise you that the other site that bocon has given you is a scam.
I'm not sure if you are driving in winter conditons.... but first replace the interlock relay and see if that corrects the problem... and it should. it is indeed the interlock solenoid that will need to be replaced.