Question about 2004 Mazda 3
Pulled into parking lot and could not shift out of park. Used a screwdriver to override shifter and drive home. Horn would not work and there was a knocking noise coming from the car. The next day another driver told me my brake lights were out. I replaced the bulbs although only one looked blown. The only fuse that was blown says it is for my horn (15A). I replaced it and the lights work, the sound stopped and the car shifts out of park and seems to break better. The horn still did not work. After a 16 mile drive, the noise started again and I realized that the brake lights stopped working and I was stuck after putting it in park. Could this be a wiring problem? How can I narrow it down?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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