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Car was placed in park while still rolling and now car will not come out of park now.

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I assume that the vehicle is on a hill.....i have done this before and I have had to get a second person to "rock" the car back and forth, as the mechanism is jammed into plaxe, whilst you try and move the lever.....

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I own a1998 Suzuki esteem. I placed the car in park but the car continued rolling while gear was in park. Turned car off. Now car will not engage and gear won't move out of park

I would make sure your shifter cable is intact and the transmission is actually in park. The safety switch is located on the transmission and if the shift cable is not moving the shift linkage all of the way into park the car will still roll, and will not start in gear.

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Still moves when in park

the parking pin is broken inside the transmission. someone put in park while driving or parked on a very steep hill. this will cost alot to fix you should just use the parking brAKE

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96 probe will not stay in place when in park, will not reverse or drive

sounds like the cable shift has come apart but without my head under the bonnet i honestly couldnt say ,never knew they made a auto version of this car as never seen one here

Mar 02, 2012 | 1996 Ford Probe

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How do you chance the back 3 spark plugs on 2004 grand am

first place wheel chocks around tires to keeps car from rolling .place parking brake on then take the two top front engine mounts loose and then place car in neutral.remove alternator, then carefully roll engine toward front of car. you can place a small wood block between engine and firewall to help hold engine forward. please be careful choosing where to place the wood block dont put it on anything breakable. then remove sparkplug boots one at a time replace plugs then reverse steps .
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Oct 26, 2010 | 2004 Pontiac Grand Am

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Won't go into to park

there are a few things that make this happen but lets try this test...

NOTE... you must do this in a safe PRIVATE location!!!

stop the vehicle pointing down a slight downgrade, like a driveway, place the vehicle in neutral and turn off the engine.
then with your foot on the brake, release pressure and let the vehicle start to roll downhill. While rolling see if you can get the vehicle into park need to make sure you find a safe place to do this. Avoid public places

also REMEMBER, you will lose the power assist of the brakes after your first attempt so be prepared to apply a lot of pressure to get the vehicle to stop

if you are able to obtain park in this test then you might have a bent parking pawl

if not... update us ASAP

Apr 18, 2010 | 2000 Ford Expedition

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When i take it from park into reverse it pops really loud

Do you park on a hill, and not use the parking brake?? When folks don't use the parking brake, the car rolls a bit after you put it in park, and take your foot off the brake. Therefore putting pressure on the transmission to keep the car in place. Then when you start up, and throw it in reverse, it will pop, clunk, make an awful sound.

Apr 02, 2010 | 2003 Pontiac Aztek

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Hello friends, I havea 2009 Honda CRV. I have been noticing that when I put the car in park after driving for a while and let off the brake pedal the car will roll slightly forward and I hear a click come...

When the shift lever is placed in park, the rod pushes the spring against the small tapered bushing. If the park mechanism is lined up so that it can drop into one of the notches in the output gear section, the tapered bushing will push the mechanism down. If the mechanism is lined up on one of the high spots on the output, then the spring will push on the tapered bushing, but the lever will not lock into place until the car rolls a little and the teeth line up properly. This is why sometimes your car moves a little bit after you put it in park and release the brake pedal -- it has to roll a little for the teeth to line up to where the parking mechanism can drop into place. I hope this will have you if you need to no anything else about your car you could go to this web site (howstuffworks) and write in how automatic tranmissionswork. brian

Feb 04, 2010 | 2008 Ford Fusion

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My Honda Civic with an automatic trans. rolls backwards on hills

Its the parking pal in the transmission that's bad but let me ask something was the car in drive when this happen? if so then it's normal but if it was in park then it's not normal. The parking pal in the transmission is bad. Have a nice day

Dec 14, 2008 | 2002 Honda Civic

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