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I parked my 2003 Chevy Trailblazer in my driveway and now my shifter is locked in the park position. I cannot shift out of the park position even depressing the brake when the vehicle is on. It is locked in the park position, but the dash info still shows it in neutral. Is this a linkage problem I can correct at home? Please help.

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If it is floor shift it has a soloind under the cover not to hard to remove, you have to memove the whole thing bolt in front cupholder and inside armrest storage. once it has removed there is a soloind in there that mounts on the shifter. this goes bad alot. Push the button on the silver soloind button this will release it into gear. Hope this helps. ( Usually he black soloind goes bad)

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