Breakline leak and stuck in park

Asked by Jul 03, 2016 at 01:36 AM about the 2000 Pontiac Grand Am SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I recently bought a car a definate fixer upper
lol. My problem is the car is stuck in park.
There was a leak in breaklines I thought
once that was fixed it would allow it to shift
but its still stuck. I have tail lights so i dont
think its the break light switch. I'm not real
car smart any suggestion's would help thank
you!

3 Answers

68,255

It is a safety switch at the shifter,you can remove the cover at shifter and manualy move the lock and release the shifter.

Do you have to have to remove the whole console to do this? And where is it?

68,255

I think your shiter is in the floor,remove top cover from it and you can access the switch,youtube vedio will show you,but i think you just remove the cover not dash.

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