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Parking brake wire for 2002 impala location? - 2002 Chevrolet Impala

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SOURCE: 2006 Chevy Impala stuck in park

When you turn ignition on it releases a cable that is attached to the shifter also the shifter has a solenoid attached to it that is released when you step on the brake. Both times that I had the problem of button stuck and cant shift out of park the solenoid was sticking and wouldnt release .

Posted on Dec 27, 2008

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SOURCE: 2002 chevy impala o2 location?

it is locared on the driver side on top of the transmision

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SOURCE: how to adjust parking brake 05 impala.

u will nead to get under the car. how u go about that is up to u but do it safe an have mate around. go to your front door this is the best place easy to reach your hand brack hear. look where the gear stick is up front u nead to be under the car where the gear stick is find it then look a bit downback from gear stick an u will see it. when u do the hand brake up do not hav it on u wont to have max 8 click,s an u,ll be fine. hope this helps u

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SOURCE: Locating the parking brake system on a 2002 Dodge Ram 1500

i believe they want you to wire it through the parking brake for safety purpose only. so you dont drive and watch a d.v.d. @ the same time. try wiring it to a ground directly,you should be o.k.

Posted on Jun 19, 2009

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I have a 2002 impala in the shop getting the transmission rebuilt. I had a simular problem with it. There is a cable that goes from the gear shifter to the transmission. I had to adjust it get it to go all the way into park. It was like it was in between park and reverse. You may need a helper but you can apply the parking brake. turn the key to the on posisition but not running. Shift the gears and have your helper watchand see which way it travels to go to the park position. loosen the bracket that secures the cable and adjust it to push the shifter all the way to the park position and resecure the cable and see if that will let the engine start.

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More the nlikely your brake light switch is defective or loose.
This switch also controls the release of the shifter so you cannot shift from park unless you're stepping on the brake.
The switch is located in the brake pedal up ubder the dash.

Turn the key to unlock the the system but do not start the vehicle, shift into neutral and start, you should be able to go from there.

Check or replace the switch as necessary. Be careful though as your brake lights may also not work.

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i believe they want you to wire it through the parking brake for safety purpose only. so you dont drive and watch a d.v.d. @ the same time. try wiring it to a ground directly,you should be o.k.

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2006 Chevy Impala stuck in park


When you turn ignition on it releases a cable that is attached to the shifter also the shifter has a solenoid attached to it that is released when you step on the brake. Both times that I had the problem of button stuck and cant shift out of park the solenoid was sticking and wouldnt release .

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