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I can''t move gear level from parking position

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When this happened to me there was a lighter jammed against the shifter inside the console.

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Press a key into the little slot near the shifter,its a park lock over ride,the park lock is released when you press the brake pedal normally,its a safety feature that stops you moving the shifter when your foots not on the brake

Posted on Nov 19, 2009

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SOURCE: During start Automatic gear does not change

sounds like a brake switch failure. located under the brake pedal and is fairly simple to change out.

Posted on Feb 02, 2009

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