Question about Chevrolet Cobalt
This is very bad You need to check your warranty becuse this is a Big Fix that will cost a lot of money, possibly a new transmission. If it's still under warranty, please have it towed to a dealer or repair station that accepts your warranty. Definitely not a do it yourself repair especially for a novice.
Troubleshooting- It may just be your linkage so, try playing with the shifter and moving it between gears but, MAKE SURE YOU KEEP YOUR FOOT ON BRAKE slowly releasing your foot to check and see if you can shift into something besides R or N or P. Please be careful!.
Posted on Sep 27, 2010
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