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Shift Lock Control Actuator/Pictures

Okay, Ed Borland, Eds-Red-05, came over and we dove into the Switch problem.

Ed is excellent with electric schematics and traced the problem to the Shift Lock Control Actuator located in console which will not energize.

We bypassed the actuator and key solenoid worked fine. We tested the actuator outside the truck and it worked, sometimes.

Can't order JUST the actuator, have to order WHOLE shifter which includes the actuator. I searched the internet and can not come up with a part # for the actuator (see picture).

Best part, Shifter assemble is on BACKORDER from GM. Seems they are having a problem with Blazer, Envoy, Tahoe, SSR and a redesigning the Shift Module.

Maybe Greg Ducato knows where to get them.

Anyway the saga continues.

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1. Minor removal to get to switch, seat, Windjammer, Waterfall, Console, Console frame. Bingo!! There it is!
2. Shift Lock Control Actuator and connection.
3. Bypassing Switch to prove solenoid bad. I also order transmission solenoid which send the signal to the Console Lock Switch. Might as well do it all.
4. This is Shift Lock Control Actuator
5. Switch apart and you can see solenoid pushed plastic assemble to press micro-switch.
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? same fix as the TLAt micro switch, or is the plunger binding ?

BTW, hows the shifter end of the cable holding up while you're in there? Does it look to need the Super Whammy Dictator kit, too?


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#05-07-129-001B: Info - Automatic Transmission Shift Lock Control Actuator Available for Service Use - (Feb 16, 2007)


Subject: Automatic Transmission Shift Lock Control Actuator Available for Service Use


Models: 2004-2007 Buick Rainier

2002-2007 Chevrolet TrailBlazer

2002-2006 Chevrolet TrailBlazer EXT

2003-2006 Chevrolet SSR

2002-2007 GMC Envoy

2002-2006 GMC Envoy XL

2004-2005 GMC Envoy XUV

2002-2004 Oldsmobile Bravada

2003-2007 HUMMER H2

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This bulletin is being revised to update the model years and add the SSR. Please discard Corporate Bulletin Number 05-07-129-001A (Section 07 -- Transmission/Transaxle).


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The automatic transmission shift lock control actuator is now available for service as a separate part. The actuator was formerly available only as part of the entire shifter assembly. DO NOT replace the shifter assembly if the shift lock control actuator requires replacement . Please refer to the Automatic Transmission Shift Lock Control Actuator Replacement procedure in the Automatic Transmission sub-section of the Service Information.

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88967140
Solenoid (Actuator) Assembly, Automatic Transmission Shift Lock Control


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As always Dick's pictures are great.

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I agree, he always documents his work well to help others. On the other hand, my camera skills are lacking in a big way.


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Thanks YELLOWBEAR, I am going to check it out. The older MODEL part had only two pins instead of five. Trailblazer has a NEW Actuator that mounts the same and looks almost the same but only TWO pins.

Marc Called and I have the shifter coming. It is now OFF backorder.

I couldn't find the part without the shifter.

I will post pictures of the install when it comes in next week.

Yes, I could by-pass the Shift Lock Control Actuator but if you forget to put it in PARK and walk away, it could roll away.

In fact I am by-passing the Actuator, I drive it everyday, one seat short and lots of loose parts hanging out.

It is a fail safe for park, key, roof and you!

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Yellow bear, #05-07-129-001B

I searched all kinds of Parts Site, ACD, Amazon, etc. Not available, and the part # that came up did not match and there wasn't any description or picture that tells or shows FIVE pins.

Dragon2U, #88967140

same thing

If you can find THIS actuator, please let me know. I will buy one and repair the shifter mechanism I am replacing.

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1. NOTE: Five pins
Only thing on actuator was stamped in ink, 11983, brought up nothing. Patent # were good and I know who invented this actuator, just not where to find one.
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Nice Pic's Dick.

If the Solenoid has a number on it. You may be able to take it to Graingers and get it matched up. This of course is depending on the Switch making good Continuity at all times. But I have had good luck just using Graingers Solenoid Equal Listings across Manufacturers.

If I remember correctly WOWFACTR Had this same problem. He may have some quick reference to help find it for you.


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Nice Pic's Dick.

If the Solenoid has a number on it. You may be able to take it to Graingers and get it matched up. This of course is depending on the Switch making good Continuity at all times. But I have had good luck just using Graingers Solenoid Equal Listings across Manufacturers.

If I remember correctly WOWFACTR Had this same problem. He may have some quick reference to help find it for you.

Thanks, I have the shifter/actuator on the way, which solves my problem.

I will then have time to research the Shift Lock Control Actuator and maybe find the source.

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Thanks, I have the shifter/actuator on the way, which solves my problem.

I will then have time to research the Shift Lock Control Actuator and maybe find the source.

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Is this the same switch you had me locate and push when my shifter was stuck in park while I was putting in the shift cable fix? Do these go bad too?
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Is this the same switch you had me locate and push when my shifter was stuck in park while I was putting in the shift cable fix? Do these go bad too?
YES, IT WAS!! I guess they can go bad, mine did. This is not a usual problem, I would not worry about it.

It is part of the Shift Lock Control System. They want it in Park before you take key out, they want it in Park and Brake on when operating the Roof, etc.

What bothered me, is I had to buy the WHOLE shifter to get the actuator. And the actuator has two screws holding it in. There is no part number on the part, in the manual or on the exploded drawings. AND it is a Five Pin Connector.

We took it apart and there is another solenoid inside by the micro switch. Ed Borland did some testing and mine is BAD!

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Part came/R Fixed!!

Yes it was the Shift Lock Control Actuator located on the Shift Console.

Had to remove seat, windjammer,waterfall, console, side panels to get to the shift actuator.

Had to buy the WHOLE shifter, not just the actuator.

COST $118.00 with Discount!

I took the two screws off the actuator, installed on my OLD shifter and BINGO! Back in business.

Then put everything back.

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1. Have to remove a few things to get to the Shift Lock Control Actuator
2. The Shift Lock Control Actuator
3. Location of Shift Lock Control Actuator
4. Two screws to remove Shift Lock Control Actuator
5. All back together.
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88967140
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This number is good FOR solenoid mounted on Transmission.

That is not the "Shift Lock Control ACTUATOR" which is mounted on your shifter AT the console.

There is no part # on the "Shift Lock Control Actuator", I am sure it would be cheaper to buy JUST actuator.

I will continue to search for this dam Actuator. There is no need, in my opinion we have to, or should, buy the WHOLE shifter to get the actuator.

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Shift Lock Control Actuator

Dicktator:

New to this forum,

I "rescued" an SSR about a year ago and a few days ago I'm having problems with the shift lock actuator. Where were you able to get the part from?

Any advice will be greatly appreciated'

Thanks in advance!

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Sent you a PM.

You will have to buy the whole shifter, to get the Shift Lock Control Actuator.

Are you sure that is what it is.

It can also by your ingnition switch.

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Sent you a PM.

You will have to buy the whole shifter, to get the Shift Lock Control Actuator.

Are you sure that is what it is.

It can also by your ingnition switch.

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Thanks for the info, I'm pretty sure thats the problem im having. At least everything points to it so far.

Thanks again!
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1. This is what you have to buy to get the Shift Lock Control Actuator.
2. It mounts here with two screws, see holes. I just removed the actuator and put in on my shifter.
3. Mounted, see wire harness.
4. Key Solenoid out, can not remove key.
5. Key Solenoid in, can remove key, trans must be in park to release key, that is what the Shift Lock Control Actuator does.
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Thanks for the pics. i called mark, he said it would be a couple of. im hoping to get the part this coming week. Everything is ready to receive the replacement actuator. It was easier to remove than i thought. Pictures helped a lot!
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Is there a way to check these? I tried replacing mine with one from a junk yard and neither work. I am worried my problem may be somewhere else.
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Is there a way to check these? I tried replacing mine with one from a junk yard and neither work. I am worried my problem may be somewhere else.
Check your brake switch for proper operation. Here are the pinouts of the connector, you could check for proper grounding and power, a text layout is below but I will also attach a wiring diagram for you. You can insure that the pins are getting proper power and grounding, if not, just follow the signal back to where it is getting power and isolate the issue.

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F E D
A B C

A = BK Ground
B = Lt Gn/BK Switch supply voltage
C = YE Remote selector signal
D =- not used
E = Dk Gn/WH solenoid control voltage
F = PK IGN3 voltage

The "new" one from the junkyard might be bad. You can order just the solenoid from EBay for $60.

What state are you in, maybe I or someone else could assist?

As a last resort you could just pull off the solenoid and drive without it, just make sure to put it in Park before leaving it and starting it.
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Where did you purchase this part from do you have a telephone # or website
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One of us reinstalled the shifter tight to the bottom before tightening the set screw and created a similar problem. When reinstalling the shifter make sure the button operates freely.

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Check your brake switch for proper operation. Here are the pinouts of the connector, you could check for proper grounding and power, a text layout is below but I will also attach a wiring diagram for you. You can insure that the pins are getting proper power and grounding, if not, just follow the signal back to where it is getting power and isolate the issue.

Latch
F E D
A B C

A = BK Ground
B = Lt Gn/BK Switch supply voltage
C = YE Remote selector signal
D =- not used
E = Dk Gn/WH solenoid control voltage
F = PK IGN3 voltage

The "new" one from the junkyard might be bad. You can order just the solenoid from EBay for $60.

What state are you in, maybe I or someone else could assist?

As a last resort you could just pull off the solenoid and drive without it, just make sure to put it in Park before leaving it and starting it.

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