car wont start, has been running fine until this, wont shift out of park, yes I am pressing on the brake. Battery seems fine lights and radio work. Brake lights come on when brake is engaged.

Asked by Apr 21, 2015 at 10:44 AM about the 2000 GMC Jimmy

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I am desperate, I took the leather cover off gear shift to see if all looks ok, seems to be no broken parts, trans fluid full??? help

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Sounds like a bad ignition switch....

is there a way for me to figure out if it is the ignition switch? I am a single mom, but pretty savy about these things when i need to be. I dont even know how to get it towed since it wont come out of park, any suggestions?


If you have a test light....

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It could be something as simple as this....

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The car can be towed, even stuck in park- use that part of your budget set aside for car expenses-

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