Funny thing happened today as we were touring hwy 1, bodega bay area today. I stopped in a turnabout to program the GPS. Put the car in park while I did that. Then, it would not come out of park. Engine was running and I could turn the engine off and restart it but it would not come out of park.
When I first got the car and had the base plate installed they had connected the wires for the brake indicator (AF1) with a revers polarity. I fixed that, but I found that there is a 10 amp fuse that works the brake system and if it blows, the car will not come out of park. I have extra fuses, changed fuse 59 under the hood and we were on our way.
The below picture shows the fuse compartment under the hood. The fuse directly under my finger is the 10 amp fuse that can blow. Carry a couple spare fuses of all sizes, just in case.
I'm posting this in case anyone else every has this problem.
Wayne MSGT USMC (Ret) & Earlene (CinCHouse)
2008 Winnebago Destination 39W
It is what it is, and then it is what you make of it.