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Can not move transmission shift from P

1995 Chevy Corsica 4 cyl2.2L VIN4 Four Wheel Drive Automatic 125000 miles 

I can't push the button andmove the shift (lever) from the P. Has knocked down a cover of the shift leverand I see at the left the tie-rod ( cable ? ) which goes to the tranny - pleasesee photo
 http://picasaweb.google.com/viktor.shchedrin/95_Corsica_tranny_shift_rod#5271455272138796338 - and on the right thetie-rod which goes under the steering column and enters into a round elementfrom which the tie-rod proceeds in a steering column upper zone. This elementhas the connector - please see photohttp://picasaweb.google.com/viktor.shchedrin/95_Corsica_tranny_shift_rod#5271455408587950850 - which wires are GRN (orLT GRN ? ) and BLK/WHT. I can't find that it for the tie-rod and the element, Ido not know that for the electric sensing transducer or the operating solenoid?Has detached a connector, the shift button has started to be pushed and I willable to drive. Please help to know what means it an element and electric wiresto it and rods ? Thanks

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The brake switch located above the brake pedal may just need to be adjusted. try that first.

Posted on Nov 22, 2008

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Try to keep it simple first and ck to make sure you have brake lites and the brake lite switch at the pedal is good. the brake lites have to complete a circuit in order to allow the shift interlock solenoid to operate shifter

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