Question about 1999 Plymouth Voyager
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To shift out of park one or two things must happen. First when you depress the brake a solenoid or cable releases a lock. A defective solenoid, relay or a blown fuse or a broken or improperly adjusted cable can be the cause.
Some console shifters have a bypass. It may look like a place to insert the key or a round plug that will pop out.
The button on console shifters when depressed pushes down on a rod that runs down the shaft. That rod releases a lever designed to keep you from accidentally knocking your shifter from drive to reverse. The button or rod can wear or break.
Posted on Jan 03, 2010
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