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the problem you do have is by the automatic transmission, gear lever there is a safety catcher for holding the gear stick.On applying you brakes by pressing the brake pedal don you must hear a slight click noise and either release the gear lever to go to pa king or to any other selected gear.
Could be the brake switch or the shift lock solenoid. You may be able to turn the key lock to the unlock position, move the shifter out of park, then start the engine in neutral. The shifter and the shift lock solenoid would need to be inspected.
hoq long has the parking brake been on? it may be rusted in place...usually if it is you may need to replace the parking brake cable.... but a quick fix may be remove the rubber plugs on the inside of the rear drums and use a flat screw driver to lift the adjusting lever and turn the adjusting screw gear back to release the brake shoes from the drum.... so depending on if the cableis rusty you may try wd-40 to loosen the cable? on maybe you have to replace the cable.
Your problem is most likely in the front differential, specifically the Intermediate Shaft Bearing assembly. This area of the differential suffers from poor lubrication and is prone to early failure such as bearing damage. The assembly is located on the passenger side of the front differential. The repair of this assembly is not a DIY project unless you are familiar with 4WD systems.