is it okay to continue driveing the car? when you have to reach in and prees the button under the shifter to put the car in gear?

Asked by OgwaHo Sep 05, 2014 at 06:13 PM about the 2006 Chevrolet Impala LS FWD

Question type: General

My 06 Impala is stuck in park. and I can reach down under and press the button and get into gear. My question is it ok to continue to drive this car this way.

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Yes it is, the lock out is to prevent you from accidently putting it into reverse without stepping on the brake, it is just a safety device, but you should get it repaired.

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Thank You, Bro. I will get it fixed, but rite now I need the car.

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