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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-08-04, 08:10 PM Thread Starter
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Question EBII Automatic Problems

I've got a problem with my transmission, I've been told the little switch that tells the transmission it's in Park is stuffed, so to start my car now, I either have to push really hard up on the T-Bar or put it into neutral. I was wondering if anyone has had this problem before and how much it cost them to fix.


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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-09-04, 07:56 PM
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Re: EBII Automatic Problems

i also have the problem.. sometimes it wont start in park.. with a little nudge it starts...

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Re: EBII Automatic Problems

Sounds like it might be the inhibitor switch. I recently replaced mine.
You should try removing it, pulling it apart and cleaning it first, before buying a new one. This usually does the trick.
A new one set me back $100, not cheap for what it is, but it sorted out all my little niggly tranny problems.
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Re: EBII Automatic Problems

With abit of luck its just accumulated alot of dirt etc & with a cleanout you maybe lucky enuff to just re install it .

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Re: EBII Automatic Problems

where abouts is the inhibitor switch?

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Re: EBII Automatic Problems

Passenger side of the trans roughly in the middle, just follow the wires.
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Re: EBII Automatic Problems

Yea its a little white box on passenger side of tranny under car. Two bolts hold it on then its supposed to just pull of. Mine was the original so it was rusted onto the shaft...i had to smash it to get it off!
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