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1999 chevy tahoe will not move out of park

I have a 99 chevy tahoe that will not move out of park. The only way it will move if i move the stering column down and up then it will catch. I do not know if this has anything to do with it but since it has been hot here in texas i am having more probelms with it. Took it to a mechanic said they would charge me $500 to fix it he said it was the brake shift interlock system. Can I change this out myself? Or do i need to take it to a mechanic.

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You can do it your self but you will need a manual to help you along.

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