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Replaced power booster on my 97 silverado. now the shifter lever wont move . what is wrong

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Most likley you damaged the brake switch that is on the pedal or you plugged it in wrong or its unplugged. Do you have brake lights ??

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Gearshift in truck is not shifting the transmission, everything inside steering column looks ok, yet no movement on linkage under the truck 2001 chevrolet silverado 1500 4WD 5.3liter


You'll need to try and narrow it down. You can undo the shifter cable from the gear shifter and from the trans it's self. See if it moves freely. Check to see if the lever on the side of the trans moves also, it will have more resistance(be sure to block the wheels and set the parking break). Also check movement for the gear shifter it's self.
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