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I am changing my conductor plate and was wondering if it will remain in park after i drop the valve body. Working on a incline with chocks and just don't want it to take off on me. Thanks
 

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Always work on level ground.
That being said, why wouldnt it stay in place? - minimum 2 chocks. e-brakes.
Your ride, your decision.
 

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Always work on level ground.
That being said, why wouldnt it stay in place? - minimum 2 chocks. e-brakes.
Your ride, your decision.
It will be on level ground but space is small and have to raise front of car. It will be on stands and wheel chocks , emergency brake on and in park. Just wondering if park still works without valve body. Thanks
 

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As long as you don't decouple the shifter linkage, it won't move.

If you're only removing the valve body and nothing else, you won't have any reason to touch it. So it will stay in park, and the e brake will be enough to hold the car, assuming good condition.
 

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As long as you don't decouple the shifter linkage, it won't move.

If you're only removing the valve body and nothing else, you won't have any reason to touch it. So it will stay in park, and the e brake will be enough to hold the car, assuming good condition.
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