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Old 02-24-2014, 04:26 PM   #1
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Default What relays control the transmission shifter on an automatic transmission

I was wondering what relays control the shifter in a 2000 ls Saturn. because when i press on the break pedal i can hear the click but sometimes i don't.
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Default Re: What relays control the transmission shifter on an automatic transmission

That's probably the brake interlock, not a relay, a mechanical linkage that prevents you from shifting out of park unless the brake is pressed.
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