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Stop light and gear shift lock not working

Hi i have a 94 corolla. stop lights and gear shift lock is not working. when I checked the fuses, stop light fuse is blow out. I replaced it but when I start my car and tried to change the gear, that fuse blow out again. It is a automatic transmission.Please help me to slove this problem

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Check the switch on the brake pedal.it may be cracked and not sending power to the interlock solenoid,and there may be a short,which will blow the fuse.check the wiring around the rear lights and make sure the harness has not been rubbing on sharp metal

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