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electrically dead right now, can't move the transmission into nuetral in order to move, what's the best way to get it into a rolling situation???

Any help would be appreciated????

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Surely you just move the transfer lever?

To avoid any confusion its the little lever between the stereo and the gear selector, it needs to be in the middle (the position marked "N").

 

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Do US Classics have the brake interlock on Park?

I reckon that would be a good thing for our American cousins to remove (it's not fitted to our cars).
 

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Remove wood grain shifter cover by prying. remove e clip, remove nut, remove shifter handle, remove selector off shaft, pry inset panel from consol ( plastic piece with iluminated P R N D 3 2 1 ) , there is a pin activated by a solenoid which can be pryed out so shifter can be moved .
 

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classicjack said:
Remove wood grain shifter cover by prying. remove e clip, remove nut, remove shifter handle, remove selector off shaft, pry inset panel from consol ( plastic piece with iluminated P R N D 3 2 1 ) , there is a pin activated by a solenoid which can be pryed out so shifter can be moved .
I plan to remove this solenoid, next time I'm in there. Call it "preventative maintenance", or my private "Tea Party Moment". (I've removed a lot of such silliness, by and by.)
 

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classicjack said:
Remove wood grain shifter cover by prying. remove e clip, remove nut, remove shifter handle, remove selector off shaft, pry inset panel from consol ( plastic piece with iluminated P R N D 3 2 1 ) , there is a pin activated by a solenoid which can be pryed out so shifter can be moved .
I plan to remove this solenoid, next time I'm in there. Call it "preventative maintenance", or my private "Tea Party Moment". (I've removed a lot of such silliness, by and by.)
Actually I think it is a "Civil War" moment as it was something specified by your fellow countrymen and not a nuisance anywhere else.
 
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