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2004 aztek suck gear shift solenoid

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These can usually be replaced by removing the trans bottom pan.

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SOURCE: The key in my 2004 Aztek will not come out!!!

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....

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SOURCE: How to replace a gear shift assembly/solenoid on a

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*)

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My 2004 aztek will not shift out of park


Could be the brake light switch, or the shift lock solenoid.
You should be able to shift out of park by turning the key to the unlock position but not to "on". Make sure parking brake is set and crank in neutral.

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When I park my car, a 2004 Aztek, it won't release the key. I have to start it up again and shift into other gears, then try it again. Sometimes it works, but sometimes not.


i would check the neutral safety switch, it will not release the key if it does not send the signal that the car is in park.

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2005 pontiac aztek, won't shift out of park. Button can be pushed in but won't move gear shift, acts like it is stuck. What could be happening? $$$$ tight


Modern cars have shift interlock solenoids that prevent you from taking it out of park without pressing the brake. If your brake lights work, then the switch is good and the solenoid needs to be replaced. Look in your owners manual as it will give you instructions for taking it out of park until you get this fixed. It usually involves sticking a screwdriver in from the side to push the release lever out of the way and then you take it out of park.

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The key in my 2004 Aztek will not come out!!! This keeps happening. Giggling the steering wheel and the gear shift will not work. It is an automatic on the floor. HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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....

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while in park, press harder up past park and it will disengage. Otherwise there is a pin on the ignition you can press and remove the entire ignition. You call also lightly tap gently around igniton piece to loose the pins inside that hold the key.

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