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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Typically, jiggling does not help, however fully pushing the shifter into the far side of park should help, if it does adjust the linkage to have slightly more push. Some designs have a portion of the column that turns, and you can apply assistance by turning it.
Still, adjust it....
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
I have no idea, Dawn, but apparently it's a couple hours worth of labor - at least according to my mechanic. One day my "traction control off" idiot light came on and I couldn't manually (via the on/off control button) turn the traction control back on. When I brought my 2004 Grand Prix to my mechanic he told me the part is fairly inexpensive (around $50 - meaning $25 for him) but the labor would be two hours. The reason this guy is my mechanic is that he doesn't rip me off. I may not always get a break, but he's honest. So... while your $400 at the dealership sounds kinda high... I'll be paying $300 at a private shop. (*SHRUG*)
Posted on Mar 11, 2010
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