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Check your brake lights, if they don\'t work the interlocking system will not let you shift from park. If brake lights don\'t work probably the brake lamp switch on the pedal shaft. Check power in and out of switch when stepping on pedal, if nothing coming out, swi
Duplicate the issue ? You mean the lights are working now ?
The turn signals and brake light circuit is one and the same. The parking lights are on a different circuit. The parking lights get power from the headlight switch and don't travel thru the turn signal switch.
So have you checked the park fuse for power ?
The location of the fuse should be in your owners manual.
Battery power is applied through 15A fuse 1 in the I/P fuse panel. It passes through the brake on/off switch and is routed through the multi-function switch to the stop lamps. When the brake on/off switch is closed, the stop lamps light. Possible failures include the fuse, the brake on/off switch, the multi-function switch, and the filaments of the multi-purpose rear lights.