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check for a bad brake light fuse! if not the fuse, the brake light switch operates brake lights and if bad you will not be able to shift it out of park, as well as the brake lights not coming on.! because you have to put foot on brake to do so. if bad switch, it wont let it out of park. it could be just out of adjustment also!! good-day !
Does it have a trailer hitch and wiring? If so, check to make sure connector is not shorted out and double check your fuses and/or replace fuse. It may look good but I've seen some that were burned out of inspection view. You might also want to trace wiring back to brake lights, just in case snow or build up pull connectors apart.
there is a module for the daytime running lights... usually located on the passenger side firewall inside the engine compartment.... it likely needs to be replaced. if you cannot locate it let me know i'll find more detailed instructions for you