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Can not shift trans into park

Canwas running than can to stop and applied brakes but trans would not shift to park as if I did not have the brake on

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Are you saying that the car did not stop when you applied the brakes?
A vehicle does not automatically go into park when the brakes are applied. You have to manually put the vehicle in park with the shift lever.
If your car is not STOPPING when you apply the brakes - then this is a serious problem with the BRAKES!

Posted on Jun 27, 2009

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