Question about Winnebago 2008 Adventurer 38J
Stuck in park
Posted by Anonymous on
When you parked the coach was it off level? I have seen, in the past, a coach get parked and the weight of the coach shift back and place the transmission in a bind. You may possibly be able to hook another vehicle to the coach and slightly apply pressure in the opposite direction of which the unit shifted and see if it will free the transmission to shift out of park.
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