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2004 honda cr-v ex the shift knob locks

On my 2004 honda cr-v ex the shift knob locks itself in the park position and i cannot get it out. any suggestions?

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There is a Safety System - Shifter Lock - normally with the Ignition Key ON - and Brake Pedal depressed - it will unlock the shifter so you can get out of Park.
There may be an issue with that Safety System - even a blown fuse could cause issues.
Let me know if this helps
Thanks

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Next to the shifter is a slot with a cover,take the cover off and use you key or screw driver to push down in this slot,shifter should move.

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