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Shift interlock solenoid

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Solenoid is located in the center console, see figure below, it is item #3


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SOURCE: where is the shift interlock solenoid?

at the base of the steering colunm

Posted on Nov 05, 2009

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Brake Shift Interlock Actuator - Floor Shift Removal and Installation
NOTE: The brake shift interlock actuator is not serviced individually. If replacement is required, install a new floor shift selector lever assembly.
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