Question about 1995 Chevrolet Blazer
The lever is connected to linkage which inputs gear selection into the transmission via a shaft. Have a man sit in the vehicle and move the gear selector gently through its range while you observe from underneath. If the linkage has become disconnected from that shaft you may be able to fix this yourself. If however the linkage is good, then you should have a transmission shop look at it. If the linkage is not moving at all then I would pull the console out and take a look at the bottom of the gear selector. Do not have the engine running please, this is why you cannot let a woman sit in the car while you are underneath it.
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