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Can't shift into Park on my 2005 Chev Uplander. Cause/fix?

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My 2005 Envoy Denali will not go into gear. The gear shift moves, but it doesn't go into gear. What is the problem?

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How do i swich my 2005 silverado from push button 4wd to a manual shift do they make kits for this

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I got a 1992 Pontiac Bonneville drove it to store ran fine come home shut it off and now it wont kick in gear can you tell me what might be the problem

it ran fine? the transmission or the shifting worked fine? the engine or the transmission ran fine? - both? which it is?
Sounds like the problem may be the linkage to the transmission -- IF that is, the real problem is that you cannot shift the transmission?

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The car is a 5 speed and is very hard to shift in and out of gear could this be the linkage binding and how do you adjust the likeage so its not so tight

Try shifting when the engine is off; if it shifts easily, your problem is probably not in the linkage.
Sometimes the clutch slave cylinder does not engage fully or the clutch disk can warp slightly, causing the difficulty in shifting.

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Why does the gear shift lever seem to be getting harder shift?

at the base of the steering just behind and below the battery . you will see a cable and linkage from the gear shift lever to the transmission .. there is an adjustment there to coordinate the shift indicator with the transmission .. thats a good spot for battery acid to leak .. or just general corrosion ... you can relube the linkage and cables leading from an to that area .. check for corrosion damage .. check and lub the linkage that goes down to the transmission .. lube both ends .. that should free up the shifter unless there is some mechanical binding at the shift leaver ..

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Repair of a linkage cable - transmission 1990 Pontiac Bonneville

this should be easy remove center console and shifter cover . there are screws around the outside and center holding it in place,you don't have to completly remove to check upper adjustments and cable ends .you will see cable ends if wear or slack is not visible, With cover lifted shift from park to low and back again several times , look for loose ends or adjustments
if no sign of slack or exssesive ware leave cover loose and raise hood now have afriend shift the trans so you can locate cable ends on tranny you might have to slide under car to locate , check for ware (one end or the other will most likly be worn out) If you are wanting to save money you can replace cables your self for a third of a mech.cost it is usually a small plate in floor to loosen unhook both ends at trans. and remove cables pulling in to car,feed new cables in fromfloor out to trans .just make sure cables re hook to same shifter points ,its best to crank and make sure before completly securing console

Jan 06, 2009 | 1990 Pontiac Bonneville

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