Question about 2005 Dodge Magnum
Make sure the battery is fully charged. If it still doesn't move then you have a problem with the brake interlock mechanism. When you press the brake it actuates a cable that unlocks the gear shift. It could be a fuse,mis-adjusted cable,or the solenoid. The bypass is on the gear shift & you simply insert the ignition key into the slot,don't turn it,just stick it in & put the car into neutral. Start it & take it to the nearest service station or dealer for service.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
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