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99 grand am gets stuck in park,can put the car in drive and reverse but car dosnt move .its like the pin in the trans is still in

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I have the same problem! My car is a 1995 though. This has been happening for years so I used to just leave it in neutral and use the parking break. Well today I put it in neutral and it is having that problem. :( Let me know if you find anything out!

Posted on Sep 28, 2010

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