Question about Ford E-350
Gear shift locked in park need to get ignition switch out to remove top cover
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Car Won't Fully Shift into Park
You either have problem with the shifter assy, or the shifter cable has come out of adjustment.
If you remove the shifter bezel and center console you will be able to see the shifter cable. There will be a white or black lift tab on the cable. Release the tab and and place shifter in park. If it still does not go into park that means that you will need a shifter assy. If it goes into park with the tab released you push the tab back down with it still in park.
That should take care of your problem.
Posted on Aug 29, 2008
SOURCE: key gets stuck in ignition
My daughter drives a Suzuki, my solution to her is: while the gear shift lever is in park, lightly put pressure on the gear shift lever, through the park position and while pressing the gear shift towards park light rock left to right while trying to remove the key.
The interlock between the transmission and the ignition switch needs to be adjusted/ repaired or replaced.
Posted on Oct 16, 2008
under the cylnder is a very small hole. put the key in the switch and turn it until all the dash lights come on. then take a very still object like a small punch and push it in the small hole and pull out the ignition switch. sometimes u might have to hit the punch to push in the button.
Posted on Oct 19, 2008
my 95 f150 had the same problem and it ended up being one of the fuses in the fuse panel. take a test light to your fuses. the smalest thing can generate the biggest problem.
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
Locate a repair manual at your library or your local auto parts store."chiltons or haynes repair manuals".They may have one already open and available without having to purchase one. Perhaps you can research online and find a site that has the information your requesting.
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
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