Question about 1997 Chevrolet C/K 2500
If auto on the colomn there is two bolts under steering take loose dont drop yet , dropped down a little you will see a little cable that hooks to the indicator for p-r-n-d-l-l2 it hooks to you steering column . put back in reverse
Posted on Nov 11, 2010
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This is a problem internal to the transmission then.Possibly just a solenoid issue, but you may be in need of a full rebuild or transmission replacement.Also try this Disconnect the shifter cable located at the bottom of steering column under the dash and see if the shifter will move. If it will not move than you will need to remove the shifter column tube and find out what is sticking. if it does than you need to disconnect the cable at the trans and see if the shifter will shift. If it does than you have internal problem in trans if it wont you have a cable issue.
you can remove the gearshift handle and boot, and try to figure out what is jammed or misaligned.
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