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Shifting Out Of Park; Parking Over Things; That Burn; Engine Exhaust - GMC Savana 2020 Owner's Manual

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Shifting out of Park

The vehicle has an automatic
transmission shift lock control
system. You have to fully apply the
brakes before you can shift from
P (Park) when the ignition is on. See
Automatic Transmission 0 172.
The shift lock control system is
designed to:
Prevent the ignition key from
being removed unless the shift
lever is in P (Park).
Prevent movement of the shift
lever out of P (Park), unless the
ignition is on and the regular
brake pedal is applied.
The shift lock control system is
always functional except in the case
of a dead battery or low voltage
(less than 9 V) battery.
If the vehicle has an uncharged
battery or a battery with low voltage,
try charging or jump starting the
battery. See Jump Starting - North
America 0 289.
To shift out of P (Park):
1. Apply the brake pedal.
2. Turn the ignition on.
3. Move the shift lever to the
desired position.
If you still are unable to shift out of
P (Park):
1. Ease the pressure on the shift
lever.
2. While holding down the brake
pedal, push the shift lever all
the way into P (Park).
3. Move the shift lever to the
desired position.
If you are still having a problem
shifting, have the vehicle serviced.

Parking over Things

That Burn

Warning
Things that can burn could touch
hot exhaust parts under the
vehicle and ignite. Do not park
over papers, leaves, dry grass,
or other things that can burn.
Driving and Operating

Engine Exhaust

Warning
Engine exhaust contains carbon
monoxide (CO), which cannot be
seen or smelled. Exposure to CO
can cause unconsciousness and
even death.
Exhaust may enter the vehicle if:
The vehicle idles in areas
with poor ventilation
(parking garages, tunnels,
deep snow that may block
underbody airflow or tail
pipes).
The exhaust smells or
sounds strange or different.
The exhaust system leaks
due to corrosion or damage.
The vehicle exhaust system
has been modified,
damaged, or improperly
repaired.
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