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03 honda accord Can't get it out of park.

I have a 03 Honda accord. Auto trans. can't get it out of park. when i press on the brakes the lights don't work neither. any solutions??

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  • gonluis86 Dec 17, 2008

    check them all. they all good

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Check your fuse

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