Question about 2004 Land Rover Range Rover
It's stuck at P most of the time and I have to wait 40mins until it back to normal. I know that must be the shift interlock. Can anyone show me how to manually disengage shift interlock or simply remove the shift interlock? With photos of the progress, please
Info on the shift interlock is usually found in the owners manual. If the solenoid that locks the shifter into park fails or the switch that activates it (probably located on the brake pedal since you have to step on the brake to select a drive gear) fails there is usually a way to manually override the system. Your owners manual should have that information.
Or ...do some sleuthing on line with a search engine. Just about guaranteed you are not the only Range Rover owner on the planet this has happened to.
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