Question about 2003 Honda Pilot
One solution could be the break/safety solenoid. Make sure that the break/safety solenoid is clicking. If it isn't clicking, the AT gear shift is not going to move. If the break/safety solenoid isn't working you can get around it by releasing the AT gear shift with a key on top of base of the steering wheel, but (WARNING) you will have no break lights. I repeat NO BREAK LIGHTS.
Posted on Sep 04, 2008
That means you should get a stick lubricant it would shift fine.
Posted on Aug 25, 2008
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