I am in the process of putting a new engine and was re-installing my C6 when while setting the linkage position I'd pulled the selector on the trans into low, now it is stuck there. It will move back and forth a bit but will not upshift and it feels solid so I have not tried to force it. The car is supported on four jack stands and the drive shaft turns freely. Any ideas? I found a post here that sounded like a similar issue, it was suggested that the park rod could be jamed. If that is what is wrong how difficult is that to access and repair?
1966 Comet Caliente, Survival Motorsports 445 Stroker, Comp 282S Solid Bumb Stick, C6AE-R 2.09I/1.65E Iron Heads, Blue Thunder 2X4V MR Intake, Barry's Custom Carbs, FPA Headers, 3 inch Pipes w/ Magna Flows, Wide Ratio C-6, 3000 Stall, 9" w/3.89's
That sucks. What you need to do is drop the pan. It sounds like your external linkage was set too far. When you drop the pan you should see what happened. At worst you will have to loosen the valve body. With the valve body loose you should be able to wiggle the internal linkage to get it freed up.