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Location of Fuses for brake interlock switch....can not get it out of park....also location of switch. Thanks

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THE FUSE PANEL IS LOCATED LH SIDE OF DASH, OPEN LF DOOR TO GAIN ACCESS. YOUR PROBLEM IS MOST LIKELY A FAULTY STOP LAMP SWITCH.

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I would like to know if your brake lights are functional when you step on the brake pedal? If they are not, then your problem lies with in the brake pedal switch, not interlock shift solenoid. Have a friend check them while the brake is applied. If they don't work, check the pedal switch, which is locate on the pedal, under the dash. Also check the wires that lead to it......make sure they are not broken. If they do work, I would re-check ALL of the fuses, interior and engine bay compartment location. Do this with a 12v test light, not just by looking at them and assuming that they are good. If all of the fuses are good, check for power going to the interlock solenoid, when the brake is applied. There should be power at one of the wires at the solenoid. I there is, replace the solenoid.
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