Question about 1991 Toyota Camry
I responded with the thought that, it is my feeling that the park/neutral switch is bad. This would explain the problem with the fuses going BACK into park. I think that the problem is in the reverse part of this switch.
Regarding the shifter, there really is nothing under it, aother than the cable that leads to the transaxle, and the park interlock...If the interlock was bad, the fuse would blow everytime that yo press on the brake..
Regarding "jumping wires", I would NOT do this. Some of those wires go right to the ECU, and one small short circuit/spark could ruin the ECU.
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
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