Question about 2003 Toyota Highlander
Hi! If you turn on the ignition and depress the brake pedal, the shifter should move whether the engine is started or not. If it does not release, have someone check to see if the brake lights work. If the brake lights do not work, you will likely not be able to move the shifter. If they do not, check the STOP fuse and see if it is blown. If you have NO power anywhere (no dash lights, etc) you can remove the small cover near the shifter (usually about10mm square) and depress the white button underneath. The shifter should come out of park at that point.
Posted on Feb 23, 2012
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