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Very possible. On most vehicles, the brake pedal switch activates a solenoid to unlock the shifter. But it looks like your car does this thru a module which may be part of the BCM. Can you set the parking brake, unlock the steering wheel but not turn the ignition on, and take it out of park ?? A mechanic would check for voltage at the brake switch first.
Disconnect the wiring harness from the Crankshaft Position (CKP) sensor.
Remove the fastening bolt for the CKP sensor.
Remove the CKP sensor and the O-ring seal from the engine block.
Thoroughly clean the mating surfaces of the CKP sensor and the engine bock.
Install the CKP sensor with a new O-ring seal, into the engine block.
Install he fastening bolt for the CKP sensor
Attach the wiring harness to the CKP sensor. Be sure to route the cable correctly
Fig. 1: The location of the Crankshaft Position Sensor (CKP) - 3.0L engine
Fig. 2: Location of the CKP sensor connector - 3.0L engine