Ok it could be a number of things 1. faulty transaxle, 2. faulty clutch disc, 3. release lever faulty, or 4. pressure plate bad also check and see if you have a emergency release for you gear shift its normally located by the gear shift
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First thing I would check is all frame grounds... like the negative battery cable and the grounding strap on the passenger side motor Mount to the wheel hub. In any electrical system, lights draw more current than anything (except the battery) when you turn them on... Check the grounds!
wiggle the steering wheel. (read the operators guide, it tells you this fact) there are 2 functions, park lock , lockout. and key lock. do you have the FSM for your car? yes, then it covers all that.
also the same guide tells you, there is park lockout bypass switch in the console. ever see that? it allows you to shift into or out of park when the park lock fails. for emergency usage. this bypass assumes the owner read the booklet in glove box and knows to use his/her brakes, while doing this bypass. not running over the kids or pets. RTM
The car should be on level ground, make sure you bench bleed the master cyl. before installing it. or you might be working harder than you really want.
Are you bleeding each wheel or just at the master cyl. brake line fittings ?
It sounds like the lever from the gear shifter has come loose. I would first look at the shifter from under the car. You can also remove the boot (or console) from inside the car and check the linlage. Most linkage is held on by a small clip or cotter pin and somethime they don't stay in place anad the linkage slides off the arm..
Some cars require you to lock the wheel prior to taking the key out of the ignition as an anti theft measure. Also, (not sure if its auto or standard) is car is not all the way in park, you can't remove the key. I hope this helps with your problem.