Question about 2001 Toyota Camry
The gear is stuck and It wouldn't shift to R, D or N, after I tried using my new duplicated key. I have to push the butten each time I want to change my gear.
When you say "Push the button", I am assuming that you are talking about the button in front of the shifter, yes?
If so, the problem that you have is a "shift interlock" problem.
Try this. Start the car, and have someone stand at the back of the car. Push the brake pedal.
Ask them if the brake lights come on. If not, you have a bad brake lamp fuse, or a bad brake lamp switch above the brake pedal. The brake light circuit ALSO puts power to the shifter interlock so you can take it out of park. No power to the shifter interlock; you will need to push the button. Doubt that the duplicate key has anything to do with this.
Hope this helps. Please consider good feedback for this solution.
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