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2000 Buick Park Ave rear stabilizer locked in up position. How to release? This occurred because of having to be towed backward out of a ditch and the tow driver did not ask whether we had electric stabilizers.
If u HAD electronic stability control stabilizers, replace them. Stabilizer bar is probably flipped/ bent beyond repair. Check & repair mounts too before replacement. Finalize it with a 4 wheel alignment.
Posted on Jun 13, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The release for the shifter is tied to the brake lites, check to see if the brake lights work, if they don't then test the brake light switch at the top of the brake pedal, if it lights a test lite when you press the brake it is ok, in that case you need to check the little solenoid that pulls the cable to unlock the shifter, it is bolted to the top of the steering column, in order to get at it you will have to unbolt the column and drop it dow.
Posted on Oct 14, 2008
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Posted on Mar 14, 2009
Had this problem a really long time ago. Dad died and his fairly new car sat in the garage for six months. When we tried to get it out of there, it may as well have been welded to the floor. Flat-bedded to my shop, took rear drums off, found nothing, put it back together and it never did it again. Only thing I can think of is that moisture in the air swelled the linings, engaging them. Trying to drag the car till the brakes disengage will cause flat spots on your tires. Beating on drums may cause them to go out of round. Remove drums to make sure nothing else is going on in there and you should be fine.
My Mom still says it was ghosts....
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
Firt - study & write down (draw) the belt path,,
and be sure about it..
Then - put a wrench on the nut in the center of the tension pully.. Move the tension pully to loosen the belt.. Pull belt off..
Repeat to put new one on..
Should be pretty easy..
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
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