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I can start my chrysler 300 but I cant it out of park

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Check to see if your brake lights are working if they are not working check power to the brake light fuse if its ok the brake lihgt switch maybe bad if the power is not getting to the shifter lock from the brake light switch the car will not come out of park

Posted on Jul 18, 2009

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Try this. Start car press down hard on the brake pedal(as far as it will go and hold it. Now try to move the shifter with brake pressed down. If it does not move you need a new brake light switch.

Posted on Jul 18, 2009

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