2004 chevy avalanche won't move in drive but will move in 1

Q: 2004 chevy avalanche won't move in drive but will move in 1

asked by on August 27, 2017

2004 chevy, Avalanche, will not move when put into drive but will move in reverse, 1&2 gear.

Hi Eric. When you have problems like you’ve described, it is usually caused by one of two possible sources. Either the shift interlock solenoid is damaged, or there is internal damage or fluid obstructions inside the transmission that need to be repaired. A situation like this is best diagnosed by a professional mechanic during a car is hard to shift inspection.

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