Question about Chevrolet Camaro
Sounds to me like the shift linkage came loose at the tranny end. On the driverside of the tranny there is a cable hooked the side of the tranny. At the end of the cable there should be a slot that a bolt goes through and attaches to a little arm on the tranny. Loosen the bolt put the gearshifter in park then push that arm as far forward as you can you might have to push hard or pry it forward. Then tighten the bolt down. then try it out and see how it works. You just adjusted your shift linkage. Let me no if that worked or not. Goodluck, Kyle
Posted on Oct 10, 2010
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