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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is the shift lock...you will need battery to release it electrically but there is an over ride by the shifter..either a button to push or a place to put your ignition key. This will release the shifter
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
SOURCE: Coolant light on
You say it's overheating, more info needed such as:
Is the engine temp gauge showing that it's overheating?
Is it actually 'boiling over' and losing coolant?
If it's running hot, but not losing coolant, check to see it the cooling fan is operating when the engine temp rises. You may have a bad cooling fan switch that is not signaling the fan to go on to lower the engine temp.
It could be a stuck (closed) thermostat that is preventing proper circulation of coolant after the car reaches operating temp.
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
hav u done your needed maintenance like checking oil level-itz done with engine going in park also shift cable needs ajusting or solenoids on the electronic models if alot of miles then a rebilt is posible am tired and its late-try testing the tps sensor 1st has to with shifting***
Posted on Aug 07, 2009
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