Question about Chrysler Cars & Trucks
There are actually 2 pink release buttons. The one at the right rear of the shifter is the brake interlock. The other one is at the left front with a cable attached to it and it is the reverse lockout. There are 2 steps to getting out of P. Try it without pressing the brake and you'll notice that you can't even move the stick to the right to leave P. Press the brake (or press the pink brake interlock tab down) and you'll be able to move the stick to the right and a little bit back toward R but you won't be able to get into R. That's where the other pink piece comes in. Push this pink piece straight towards the rear of the car and you'll bypass the reverse lockout.
This gets you moving but now to figure out why the reverse lockout is not working correctly. Anyone know the solution?
Posted on Jan 27, 2010
Have the car towed to a garage u most likely have locked up one of the gears or u may not be pressin brake before shifting gears or states of motion
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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