Question about GMC Cars & Trucks
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
What you have is a safety switch, wich is why when the car is running you need to step on the brake to release the shifter from park. the switch is electric, and therefore isn't working because your battery is dead. Now, for the good news. Next to your shifter there should be a little plug, or a slot about the size of your door lock key hole. Insert your key into the slot, press down lightly, and then you can take the car out of park. That is called your "shift lock release"
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
SOURCE: I had started my gmc
Ignition switch needs to be replaced, common problem.
To get your key out: look under the key on the column cover. You'll either see a hole there or an outline where a hole was supposed to be. If the hole is there, push in the solenoid to release your key. If the hole isn't there, carefully cut or drill the plastic out there, and push the solenoid there. I believe they quit putting the hole there in 03', BUT like mine, you'll see a faint outline in the plastic of a hole.
Posted on Apr 16, 2011
SOURCE: My battery on my 2011
How would anyone know what the problem could be,
without the car & some testing?
Have the Dealer pick it up for free
It is brand new,under warrantee,as you
have 2011 witten here
Posted on Jul 06, 2011
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