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Can't get out of park

I have a 1994 crown vic. After starting the car it won't get out of park. Ynder the dash there is a wire harness with two connectors. One connector has two green wires and it appears to have been cut. Could you help me with this problem.

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I would also recommend checking the fuse for the brake lights in this situation. When the brake pedal is depressed it allows the cars to also be shifted from park. If the fuse is blown this would prevent you from shifting the vehicle out of park.

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The connector goes to the brake light switch. You can either splice it back together or purchase a new pigtail from Ford. Check to make sure that the connector you're talking about goes to the brakelight switch.

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