Question about Chevrolet TrailBlazer
Sounds like your shifter assembly got in a bind. depending on what type of vehicle it is there should be a cable going from the brake pedal assembly to the shifter which will release it and allow you to shift. Also on most floor shift models there will be a manual override button on the shifter assembly itself you can push to release the shifter without have the key in the ignition.
The reason it won't start is because you need to be in neutral or park to do so. I would first look for the manual button but if not, your going to have to take off whatever is necassary to get to that brake cable and release it. hope this helps
Posted on Aug 19, 2010
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