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Old 11-28-2016, 07:54 AM   #15
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Kennyrodgers - - Will be glad to help but we do all our regular troubleshooting and repair correspondence by email rather than on the forum. Contact me at rhaag11@charter.net and we'll get you fixed up.

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Boy, this post is clear as mud.

My mechanical mind just wants to know how a shift selector can bind, if parked on an incline, with no parking pawl in the transmission.

Hopefully some GM expert can explain.
Parking pawls are in transmissions that are installed in vehicles under a certain weight class. They are not sufficient to hold heavy vehicles (like motorhomes) in position and are not part of the heavy truck transmission. I was a process engineer at Hydra Matic for 20 years part of that time on the 4l80 team.

Here is a thread on transmission that discusses which vehicles have a 4l80 thm without parking pawls.

Is it a workhorse, if so what transmission?
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