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    PRND321 switch problems

    Hello,

    I have a 94 Seville SLS. My power door locks keep annoyingly going up and down. I also have the PRND321 switch code. Has anyone accessed that switch? How do I remove the console with out damaging anything? Please help. Email me at drillman@bellsouth.net with suggestions asap.

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    Bill Denning


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    Re: PRND321 switch problems

    The switch is not in the console, its on the transaxle. It sounds like its maladjusted to where it is between neutral and park, since it is cycling your locks.

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    Re: PRND321 switch problems

    Quote Originally Posted by DaveSmed
    The switch is not in the console, its on the transaxle. It sounds like its maladjusted to where it is between neutral and park, since it is cycling your locks.
    Thanks......I'll look there today. Preciate the help.

    Next problem............No RSS data, what is the most common cause of that code?

    Thanks,

    Bill

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    Re: PRND321 switch problems

    Does anyone know what the PRND321 switch looks like? Is it sorta under the brake master cylinder? Is it adjustable? How do I remove it? Any thing you could add would be a great help being it is so tight in there.

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    Bill

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    Re: PRND321 switch problems

    I'm getting an I027 and a P091 which are pointing to a PRND321 switch. The only info I have to the location of this switch is that it's supposed to be close to the manual shaft on the trans but I'll be damned if I can find it...anyone got a bone to throw me?

    Patrick


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