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I have a 1995 Chevy Cavalier that is stuck in park. Automatic. You are supposed to push break and it will relase the button to move the shifter, however I push the break and it doesn't release the button. I can't push the button down so the shifter wont move.

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You will have to press the over ride button to unlock the shifter

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