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I'm not saying your inept my friend, but did you connect the battery in the wrong polarity? Be sure the battery is charged up and hook positive from starter solenoid to the positive (+) post of the battery and negative/ground to the minus/ground (-) post of the battery. I've hooked up a battery backwards before and I'm a professional mechanic !!!. It's been known to happen. This is the only problem I can think of that would cause the situation you have.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is not a permanent fix, but you'll be able to shift and drive...this is a "safety feature" when you're break lights aren't working...it may be a fuse issue, i found that didn't help either.
How to drive it while it's "broken" On the top left of your gear shift is circle that looks like a button that is only 3/4 there...see picture (it's circled in red)
pry that off with a key or something... now restart your car, push on the break and at the same time insert a key or something into the now open hole...while pushing down use the other key to shift into reverse. You will need to do the same thing to shift back into park.
Good heavens that is the most inneficient safety feature I've ever heard of. How about instead of leaving the car immoble and keeping you in a scetchy neihborhood to get mugged they just "invent" a warning light notification. grr
Posted on May 04, 2009
sounds like the lock for it broke either from the button on the shifter or from the pedal its only plastic i would take the shifter cover off and try it then and look at all the peices too see what is not working
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
The switch on the brake master cylinder is FAMOUS for shorting out. Unplug it and find the blown fuse. In the fuse box under the hood, fuse 1.5 Your truck may be under a recall for that switch, call the dealer with your VIN number and see if it qualifies.
Posted on Nov 16, 2009
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