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Re: light in center consile where shifter is came apart.
From Lusty Kid:
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Allen wrench to remove the T handle.
Move rug from underneath shifter console to acces retraining bolts to unit. You are on your own after removing it. Reverse process to install back. Replace the T handle. Make sure release button is engaged. Oh, fix the light after parts are remove of course!!!!!!
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Check your shifter linkage, Since they will only start in P or N , Your shifter position sensor may just be knocked out of place or stuck in 5th gear position, even though the shifter is in P ( It used to be called a starter nutrueal safety switch)
the themostat has to open so you have to warm the car up first so thats normal but if you mean that the heaters dosnt work even when the trucks warmed up untill 40 mph than it may be an open outside vent accuator may be bad..and it dosent close till speed build up presser against it
It sounds like the bushings on the steering column that hold the shifter in place are worn out ot the brackets holding the bushings in place have come loose allowing for excessive movement with the shifter shaft. These things also had a problem with a bracket coming loose at the lower part of the steering column. You can look up under the dash (laying on your back) and find the shifter cable where it attaches to the shifter shaft. There are tree bolts that hod this bracket on. If they come loose you will have this same problem To fix it you need a T-30 torx socket and a ratchet to tighten these three bolts.
ur solenoid is bad u can replace it which is kinda expensive or u can take ur center consil out and remove the peg that unlocks ur shifter the only thing ur lock override does is manually pulls it out. i just jammed a golf tee in it to keep it open and it seemed to work just fine
hey very frustrating i know mine does the same it looks to me that the problem is revolving around the throttle body or the tps throttle positioning sensor i was looking at all the postings on here sounds legit
actually there is a switch, if it is automatic it might be on the side of the transmission, or if you have a manual transmission then it is some where in the transmission, the diference is the automatic will be any where from the sterring or center console deopending where is the shifter