Question about 2005 Chrysler 300
I tried the interlock override switch but it didnt work
Inside the shifter is a second locking mechanism that breaks where the spring is attached. I learned the hard way. Our car is out of warranty and it broke, so not have the time to research it let the dealer fix it. $500 later and now I know what happened. Several people have fixed it them selves by taking the shifter apart and using wire to connect the spring back to the plastic piece. I checked and the shifter on moparpartsamerica.com has the parts for either $65 for the four speed shifterr or $119 for the 5 speed. The next time I will fix it myself.
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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The ignition switch is turned to the RUN or the START position.
When the ignition switch is in the RUN or the START position, the current flows from the B/U Lamp fuse located in the underhood bussed electrical center (UBEC) through CKT 839 (PNK) to the park/neutral position switch. The park/neutral position switch also feeds the backup lamps portion of the switch. With the transmission in the PARK position, the current flows to the BTSI fuse located in the underhood bussed electrical center (UBEC) through CKT 275 (LT GRN). The current then flows to the TCC/stoplamp switch through CKT 584 (LT GRN/BLK). The current continues to the BTSI solenoid through CKT 1135 (DK GRN/WHT). The ground path is provided through CKT 1850 (BLK) to G207. When the brake pedal is depressed, the normally closed contacts in the TCC/stoplamp switch open and the current flow is interrupted. When the current flow is interrupted, the BTSI solenoid de-energizes. The transmission may then shift to another gear. When the transmission shifts to another gear (except PARK), the contacts in the park/neutral position switch open. This condition stops the current flow to energize the solenoid when the brake pedal releases.
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