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2000 mustang won't shift from park.. is there any way to by pass the break sensor lock

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Need to find sensor and make a jumper to get around sensor. Why not just replace it? Not safe

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manually move the brake switch you installed and have someone check if its comes on at the back...if not ..test for voltage at LG/RD wire- both terminal and wire- if no voltage = Fuse #10/ 20A , #20/ 7.5A, #22/ 20A at the CJB, if good test for voltage at the sockets- both terminal and wire- ......if you get BRAKE lights and still can't move the shift lever... look on the steering column at the SHIFT LOCK ACTUATOR and test that or replace it....hope this helps you..GL

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