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Auto transmissiom will not come outof park when

Auto transmissiom will not come out of park when you press the brake pedal, also the ABS light flashes after you press the brake pedal and the brake lights don't come on, but the gear shifter will move and the lights will work if you use the manual tab on the e-brake controller.

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Brake light switch is not working. Electric brake controller is activating the shift lock. It's either the switch or the brake light fuse.

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