"A power transmission has a parking pawl which is engageable with a toothed
Originally Posted by busyfixin
parking prawl? is that a part of them newfangled autermatic self shifting gizmo's? what do they call them, "turbo hydromatic" or something? i think ive heard them advertised.
member on the transmission output shaft to prevent rotation of the output
shaft when the parking pawl is set. The pawl is manipulated by a manual
selector shaft and a detent plate. The detent plate is also drivingly
connected with a transmission range selector valve through a pin which
engages an annular groove in the selector valve. The pin is driven by a
cam on the detent plate and is guided in a pair of longitudinal slots
formed on the valve body which slidably houses the selector valve. "
Originally Posted by Jesse-James
Isn't that what the E-brake is for?
parking brake, sure if my 87 suburban cables and related weren't fubared from Michigan weather. Then yes.