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Well, if you move the gear selector and the transmission goes from park to reverse, neutral, and drive then it is probably good. If you move the gear selector and the transmission does not change then there might be a problem.
My guess is the ignition needs to be replaced. check to see if theres a recall for it. 2 years ago on my 2002 alero I found a recall for the flasher switch which was causing intermediate directionals and 2 more for the computer
I have a 1999 Oldsmobile Alero and my car was running rough and
stalling. Also when the car was shifting, it was making a "thud" sound.
My service engine light was on, so I took it to Autozone to run their
diagnostic tool. It came back with code
P0108 and they advised me to check my vacuum hoses as a possible
solution. I looked and found that my air hose running from my throttle
body to my map sensor was disconnected. I reconnected the hose and the
engine ran normally and didn't make any "thud" sound when shifting. My
car is back to normal. So check your hoses. If its still running rough,
you may need to replace your map sensor.