Question about 2006 Kia Carnival 2.7
Able to move park to drive to reverse without depressing shifter knob as it is already depress and stuck in. this can be dangerous! Can i remove the shifter knob and lubricate the button or has a spring broken inside the knob? cheers Wayne
There should be 2 Phillips screws hold the shifter knob to the shaft. once you take out those screws it should just pop up. as far as I know there are no springs in the knob it's just a slide button. the rest of the parts are part of the shifter assembly.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
assuming u do always press on brake pedal before shifting out of park,on passinger side of shifter theres a little cover beside shifter u can take off and insert screw driver in,it will bypass lock mechanism!
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
Sounds like a messed up the shift linkage, and its possible that need just one adjust or repaired it. There is a paw in the transmission that lock the
transmission when in park. If you recently make any repair its possible that the technician broke the paw by slaming the
transmission in park while it was still moving. It could be an expensive
repair if they have to go into the tranny.
Keep us updated.
Posted on Dec 09, 2010
SOURCE: shifter is stuck in park.
these systems have solenoid which is controlled by the brake pedal.the solenoid should b located underneath shifter.u have to remove trim panels on shifter , access the solenoid and check for power an ground at solenoid with key on and brake pedal depressed. the solenoid unlocks the shifter gate that loks out gears until the brake pedal is depressd therefore allowing u to shift the shifter. not really hard to do.jus need to b careful on popping out plastic trim pieces and know how to nuse an voltmeter or test light. if u have power an ground at solenoid safe to say solenoid bad. also try tappin on solenoid while checking volts to see if it starts to work.if it does solenoid is bad
Posted on Apr 09, 2011
is the level of fluid ok ? im afraid your transmission went bad not because of the starter change but it just happen at that time
Posted on Jan 14, 2012
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