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Try looking on the transmission itself where the gear selector goes into the housing.

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My brake lights do not work and it is suuck in park, I haved put a new brake light switch in and that did not work


There is a switch nicknamed a BOO switch. It is on the brake lever under the dash. This is often adjustable and controls the brake lights and the release for the gearshift. When properly adjusted it makes the rear lights come on as soon as the brake pedal moves. There is a release for the gearshift that uses a solenoid so even if you get the brake lights to work, a bad gearshift solenoid may keep the Park locked.

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Gearshift assembly is locked


What is the year/make/model and engine size of your vehicle? Do you have an automatic or manual transmission? If automatic, is the gearshift locked in Park? If so, there is likely a problem with the brake switch (located at the top of the brake pedal near the firewall), or with the shift solenoid. As a safety feature, this solenoid has been installed for many years, and it is tied to the brake switch, meaning that the brake pedal must be depressed before the car can be shifted out of park. If the brake switch goes bad, you will not be able to move the shift lever.

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Not everyday but occasionally the car will not start, however, if you wiggle the gear shift and take the key out and replace it ....it starts....what is causing this ...had the starter checked and its...


The keyswitch is linked to the neutral safety switch. The neutral safety switch is the part that makes the starter work only in Park and Neutral.

Think of the Neutral switch being at the bottom of the steering column; and the Ignition switch is at the top. Any play between these two points will not move the Neutral switch far enough to engage. The Gearshift on the floor is tied into the system just as if it were a column shifter.

I would suggest a trip to Autozone or Oreilly for a Neutral switch. The parts people can show you diagrams and locations for it. The Electric parts for this are Plug and Play, just a plug to take off and reinstall on the new part. Since it worked when you shook the Gearshift, chances are the looseness is where the Neutral switch meets the shift mechanism.

Aug 09, 2010 | 2000 Ford Escort

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Go to start my car nothing happens look at the dash the r meaning reverse light is on not park push the stick shift back and back to park car starts ok.


improper park\neutral switch adjustment,

Check
1 The Park/Neutral/Back-up light switch
has a black colored insulator and is located
at the lower left hand side of the transaxle
near the oil pan. The switch inhibits starter
motor engagement unless the gearshift lever
is in the PARK or NEUTRAL position and
completes the back-up light circuit when the
gearshift lever is placed in REVERSE.
2 Prior to checking the switch, first make
sure the shift cable is adjusted properly (see
Section 4).
3 Raise the vehicle and support it securely
on jackstands. Extract the 2 push-in fasteners
and remove the transaxle splash shield.
4 Disconnect the electrical connector
from the Park/Neutral/Back-up light switch.
5 Using an ohmmeter, check for continuity
between the center terminal of the switch and
the switch body. Continuity should only be
present with the gearshift lever in PARK and
NEUTRAL. If continuity is detected with the
gearshift lever in any other position, replace
the switch.
6 Next, check for continuity between the
t wo outer terminals. Continuity should only
exist with the gearshift lever in the Reverse
position. Check the for continuity between
each of the outer terminals and the switch
body. No continuity should be present.
Replace the switch if it fails any of these
checks.
7 Install the transaxle splash shield and
secure it with the 2 push-in fasteners. Lower
the vehicle.
Replacement
Refer to illustration 6.10
8 Raise the vehicle and support it securely
on jackstands. Extract the 2 push-in fasteners
and remove the transaxle splash shield.
9 Working under the vehicle, disconnect
the electrical connector from the switch.
Place a drain container under the transaxle as
some fluid loss will occur.
10 Unscrew the switch from the transaxle
using a box-end wrench (see illustration).
Discard the switch seal.
11 Look into the switch opening in the
transaxle. Have an assistant shift the
transaxle from PARK to NEUTRAL. Check
that the internal operating fingers are centered
in the switch opening.
12 Install the new switch and seal into the
transaxle and tighten the switch to the torque
li sted in this Chapter's Specification Section.
13 Recheck the switch operation (see
Steps 1 through 6).
14 Attach the switch electrical connector,
install the transaxle splash shield and lower
the vehicle.
15 Check the transaxle fluid level and add
more, if necessary (see Chapter 1).

Feb 18, 2010 | 1996 Dodge Stratus

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2001 Chevy Tahoe 4x4, 5.8L and have toe/haul problem.


Do you have tilt steering wheel? First make sure that the wiring to the switch, which is probably located on the gearshifter or the dash. These wires can be shorted out usually pretty easy especailly if located on the gearshifter.( The old wire hanger trick)

Sep 15, 2009 | 2000 GMC Yukon XL

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Cannot get gearshift lever out of park


i Dont Know Where Its Located On Your Car But There Is A Safety Switch On The Gear Gearshift That Keeps It From Being Put in A Gear Unless The Brake pedal Is Pushed Im Not Sure If The Activaton Switch Is Tied In With The Brake Light Switch But Check And See If your Brake lights Work If They Dont Change The Switch Its Under Dash on The Brake Pedal If They Still Work Then The Switch For The Safety Release on Shifter Is A seperate Switch It Should Be Close To The Brake light Switch At The Brake Pedal
Hope This Works For You

Jul 15, 2009 | 2001 Ford Windstar

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Steering column in a 1999 ford explore


you need to adjust the shift linkage and neutral - park safety switch.
Cable Adjustment —Shift Indicator
  1. Remove the upper instrument panel steering column cover (04459); refer to Section 501-12 .
  1. Place the gearshift lever in the (D) position.
    • Rotate the gearshift lever clockwise until it bottoms out (first gear), then rotate two detents counterclockwise ((D) position).
  1. Hang a 3.6 kg (8 lb) weight on the gearshift lever.
  1. Center the pointer in the middle of the (D) position.
    • Rotate the thumbwheel located on the bottom of the steering column to adjust the pointer.
  1. Remove the 3.6 kg (8 lb) weight.
  1. Carefully move the gearshift lever from detent to detent and compare with the transmission settings.
    • Readjust if necessary.
  1. Install the upper instrument panel steering column cover; refer to Section 501-12 .
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Digital Transmission Range Sensor
The digital transmission range (TR) sensor is located on the outside of the transmission at the manual lever. The digital TR sensor completes the start circuit in Park and Neutral, the back-up lamp circuit in Reverse and the neutral sense circuit (4x4 only) in Neutral. The digital TR sensor also opens and closes a set of four switches that are monitored by the PCM to determine the position of the manual lever (P, R, N, D, 2, 1).
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Where is the reverse light switch on a 1999 Dodge Ram 1500 with automatic transmission located?


Look on the gearshift lever. You will have remove the cover to get to it.

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Car won't start


Check list of things to do;

1) Does the headlights work.
2) Is gearshift in PARK or NEUTRAL. Wiggle gearshift slightly while starting.
3) Check the fuses. ( these are typically located inside the car)
4) Check the fusible links. (these are typically located under the hood)
5) Check ignition switch. (does it turn on radio ? will alarm sound if driver door open ? etc)

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Gearshift locked, no power windows, interior lights, wipers


For starters, do you have brake lamps? The shift lockout is controlled by the brake switch. As far as the others, yes it could be the GEM (generic electronic module) some of these vehicles have water intrusion problems that leat into the fusebox and GEM which is located on the back of the fuse box. If you can look at the fuse box inside the vehicle and if you can see the back, look for corrosion which is a sign of water.

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