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My 2003 SSR is stuck in park. The shifter moves out of park

Customer Question

My 2003 SSR is stuck in park. The shifter moves out of park to the drive/reverse etc position but the indicator on the dash stays in park...the car also stays in park. What should I try. Both fluid and c/b are good.
Submitted: 11 months ago.
Category: Chevy
Expert:  Dave Nova replied 11 months ago.

Does the shifter move freely like it is not connected?

Customer: replied 11 months ago.
It feels normal..moves freely and you can feel it as it moves from one position to the others.
Expert:  Dave Nova replied 11 months ago.

Look under the vehicle at the drivers side of the transmission. Make sure park brake is set, then have someone else move the shifter while you look at the linkage on the transmission. Make sure shift cable is attached to, and moving the shift lever on side of transmission. Let me know what you find there.

Customer: replied 11 months ago.
I will try tomorrow and let you know. Thanks
Expert:  Dave Nova replied 11 months ago.

Sounds good, will look forward to your response.

Customer: replied 11 months ago.
I decided to have the SSR towed to our local Chevy dealer for repair. Without a lift it was too hard to get under the car to check the transmission. Thanks for your help. Herb
Expert:  Dave Nova replied 11 months ago.

You are welcome. Good luck with the repairs.

Dave