Question about 2004 Lincoln Navigator
THIS IS CAUSED BY EITHER A SHORTED BRAKE LIGHT CIRCUIT WITH A RESULTING BLOWN FUSE, OR MORE LIKELY A DEFECTIVE BRAKE LIGHT SWITCH, THE SYSTEM HAS WHAT IS CALLED A PART LOCK OUT, THIS SYSTEM HAS TO SENSE THE BRAKE PEDAL IS PRESSED BEFORE U CAN SHIFT OUT OF PARK, IT DOES THIS BY USING THE 12 VOLT SIGNAL FROM THE BRAKE LIGHT SWITCH TO RELEASE A SMALL SOLENOID ON THE TOP OF THE STEERING COLUMN.
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
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