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Old 05-13-2009, 06:47 AM   #1
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Shift Level locked in Park

Just a reminder... After setting on our lot in Texas for a couple months, went to leave and couldn't get shift lever out of park.

I remembered reading about it somewhere on this forum and looked up my old notes and bingo, found it.

The brake switch was sticking and when pressing the brake pedal the right-hand switch (there are two of them) wouldn't come out. I reached down and fiddled with it and it popped out. Since then I've cleaned it with silicon spray.

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Also, with the ingition off, you can shift to neutral and then start and shift to gear. Remember to have the parking brake on or your foot on the brake otherwise murphy's law come into place.
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