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Exactly. You can mess up the adjustment and not realise it. How many times have we had a hard time getting it out of park because the front wheels are against a curb stop or the car is setting on a hill. :BangHead:
It doesn't look like any adjustment to the switch or the "switch operating lever fingers" inside the transmission. It says, remove the switch, collect the fluid that drains out and "inspect to see that the switch operating lever fingers are centered in switch opening in the case." It does say...
You just answered your question . Think about what you just said. It quits cranking in park but it will crank all day in Neutral. It needs shift linkage adjustment. I don't think there is any adjustment inside the transmission. I would have to look.
I'm with you there. I have used conventional Valvoline 10/30 with Rislone ZDDP for 15 years now with no issues. THere are naysayers about the additives settling out. Who's to say they don't settle out in a quart of Brad Penn or what ever.
Back at the GM dealer back in the late 70's and 80's we had Pennzoil on tap. Our new 305 and 350 GMC's kept using oil. A quart/1000 with 12,000 miles on the clock. (Dozens of trucks. Like the rings never seated)
We switched to a local brand and all the consumption issues went away. It was...