Question about Buick Regal
Turn the key from the lock position to the first 'on' position (first click from the position the key is inserted). Holding the brake, try to move the selector. Does it move? If so, you have a problem with the shift interlock. If not, you probably have a linkage / trans problem Have an assistant watch the brake lights. If no brake lights, check fuses for blown fuse. Repairing lights will repair interlock.
Posted on Aug 02, 2010
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