Question about 2000 GMC Sierra
What does "it want go" mean? It will not shift into gear, or once in gear it "want" pull? If the latter, do you fill the trans with fluid, let it pump around by shifting through all the gears and then check the fluid level again?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I would firstly suspect a problem with the Park/Neutral Position Switch, as this switch is connected directly to your dash gear indicator.
1st test: attempt to START the engine in each of the following gears: P, R, N, D, 3, 2, 1 (or L, C etc).
1) Engine should start in P & N ONLY
2) Engine should NOT start in other gears
- If engine does not start in any gear, then ensure switch is connected properly.
- If engine starts in both P & N ONLY, then switch is working OK.
- If engine starts in P, but not in N....then switch requires correct alignment on the transmission.
Should this still not resolve the problem, then you will need to have your local dealership access your vehicle's on-board diagnostics/trouble codes - this will immediately identify where the the fault lies (as all transmission electronics are monitored by the OBDII system).
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Posted on Jan 27, 2010
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