Question about 1991 GMC C1500
Sounds like your linkage is out of whack. You need to readjust the linkage so it goes through the whole range. Sounds like you are not in drive when the gear selector says you are. Undo the linkage, put the transmission in park manually then reattatch linkage to make sure that what it states on the selector is concurrent with the transmission. Good luck.
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