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My gearshift is stuck as I am typing this. My car is cranked and it is not making any weird sound. please help

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Where can i find the shift gear release


if its stuck in park the most likely cause is a faulty brake pedal switch, you can release the shift lever if you unscrew the little star shaped plug near the gearshift and insert a small screwdriver or similar to manually release it. also sounds like the gear selector cable may be out of adjustment it will not start/crank if the switches on the gear lever (jgate} and the gearbox switches are not in harmony with each other. hope this helps.

Mar 01, 2016 | 1994 Jaguar XJ6

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2003 X-Type Gear Shift is stuck in Park


sounds like the j gate is faulty poss the release solenoid or wiring from memory i think the signal to release the gearshift comes from the abs module on the can network.

Aug 09, 2015 | 2003 Jaguar X-Type

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Change gear knob


This is an "it depends" answer. It depends on the type of gearshift knob and its installation. If your vehicle is equipped with a manual shift and the shift lever is little more than a steel rod sticking up from the console, then it is easy to replace.

To replace it, simply do this:

1. Set the parking brake
2. Take the car out of gear
3. Center the gearshift
4. Place a piece of cloth around the gearshift knob to prevent damage
5. Place a ViceGrip (R) or pair of pliers around the cloth on the gearshift knob and gently begin turning the knob to the left
6. Spin the knob off the shaft

Remember, though, this works only if the gearshift knob does not have another function combined. For example, you might find a reverse gear actuator on the top of the gearshift knob or you might find a reverse actuator button on the front face of the gearshift knob. This type of combined function gearshift knob is usually found on automatic transmissions.

If you want to remove the gearshift knob from this type of shift, see the service manual and obtain the tools you will need as this type of gearshift knob is much more complex to remove and involves many different systems that have to be addressed before the knob will come off.

It is better to leave this type of fix to trained technicians.

If you need further information or if you would like to see information on automotive safety please visit this site: Safecar infoCar safety Insurance Magazine

Nov 12, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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Why does my car make weird sound when i try to crank it


Most of the used mechanical part of a vehicle make sound!! but when the sound are weird, your car may have a damage in the crankshaft metal, or on the flywhell, some teeth are bad,
If the sound is at the beginning of the crank are the flywhell or the starter motor teeth.
But if the sound is at the runing time are the crankshaft metals...
some little pieces around the supports of the crankshaft
Hurry up to service, the engine need fixed in both cases, flywhell or crankshaft are vitaly to operate.

May 03, 2014 | 1995 Toyota Camry

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Why does my car make a weird sound when i try to crank it


the soud at the beginning of the crank are for the flywhell or starter motor teeth.
if the sound are at the end of the crank then is the crankshaft metals. both damages are vitaly to operate your car.

May 03, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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Audi a4 1.8 can't start after top was overhauled is making a weird sound like backfiring the engine dont even move please help camshaft marks was done as well as pulleys and the pistons was also put on...


Back fire is only caused by intake valve being open when a spark plug fires on a cold engine.
Recheck timing marks of cams where the drive sprocket notch of each cam shaft aligns with the cam cap mark at the rear of the head.

It has been known for the crank sprocket to come loose on the crank nose and timing will be off if this is so.
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Oct 23, 2013 | 2004 Audi A4

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Today I went to turn on my car and it didn't crank


make sure the starter is tight and your battery cables are clean and tight if automatic try putting it in neutral if it starts you may have a bad neutral safety switch if it is a stick try push starting if it starts you may have a bad clutch switch also check for a starter relay if u have one try swaping with horn relay and see if it starts

Mar 25, 2012 | 1993 Ford Probe

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Ignition appears to be stuck...please help..


Check your gearshift position. There are interlocks for the Ignition both with the Brake pedal, the steering wheel, and the gearshift. With your gearshift, if you have an Automatic, there is a trigger to press so the Shifter will move. If the trigger is stuck into the fixture the Key will not come out or the Ignition switch may not turn.

With the steering wheel, sometimes there is pressure from how the front tires where left when the car was parked. The steering assembly is pinched and must be moved to the side that is jammed so the Ignition Key will turn.

The Brake pedal, there are switches under the dash at the top of the brake pedal lever. These must align to let the gearshift move which in turn may free the Keyswitch. They get hit by feet frequently and may need to be replaced or repositioned.

Make sure you are using the right set of Keys and it is possible for the Ignition switch to break inside.

I hope this helps you.

Feb 04, 2011 | Ford Windstar Cars & Trucks

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2002 CHEVROLET SILVERADO WILL NOT CRANK. makes a


low battery or corroded battery terminals. Try jump starting.

Sep 07, 2010 | 2002 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

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