Question about 1997 GMC Jimmy
Hi: on left side on transmission the shifting cable has probably come off. With vehicle turned off, park brake on.. crawl under and re install cable to shifter.... that the only thing it can be given your problem. There is nothing to adjust...
Posted on May 21, 2009
Need to have the Transmission Linkage Adjusted underneath. You may have hit something that knocked it out.
Posted on May 12, 2009
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The gear selector lock may be hanging up or an interment electrical problem. The gear selector lock is so you can't pull it out of park without the key in the run position and your foot on the brake acts as a safety device so you don't accidently pull shifter out of park or kids playing and pull it out of park and also helps for anti-theft device. The proper name for this is SHIFT INTERLOCK SYSTEM. There is no common problems with this system but I have replaced a couple solenoids but not all on GMC's the other item I would think would be more common is the brake switch for this system.
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