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Hello, if these are sort like nissian sentry, they have a switch , when you put foot on brake you can put it in gear, if myou dont put foot on brake the shiftr will not move, check and see if you have a safety switch on the gear shifter, you can call auto part, or dealer they would tell you..

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SOURCE: Hyundai Accent (97, auto) wont shift out of Park,

ur solenoid is bad u can replace it which is kinda expensive or u can take ur center consil out and remove the peg that unlocks ur shifter the only thing ur lock override does is manually pulls it out. i just jammed a golf tee in it to keep it open and it seemed to work just fine

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P1529 means nothing more than the TCM (transmission control module) has requested that the ECM (engine control module) turn on the check engine lamp.
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You need to take this car to an authorized repair center for hyundai cars. Replacing the filter and fluid on the transmission might save this transmission but I would be willing to bet that a total transmission rebuild is in order.

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SOURCE: my 2005 hyundai accent wont shift out of park

on most cars when u step on the brake pedal youll hear a "click" near the center console which is the shift solenoid releasing the "lock" on the floor shifter allowing the shifter to come out of park.check to make sure all the fuses are good and check the brake lite switch(es) and wiringfrom brake lite switch to shifter solenoid.a wiring diagram always helps.

Posted on Aug 29, 2009

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SOURCE: 2005 hyundai Accent, can't shift out of park and no brake lights

may want to check the brake pedal switch located on top of the brake pedal arm. If all fuses looks good, replace the brake pedal switch, which can also cause to not shift out of park.

Posted on Sep 24, 2009

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2005 Hyundai accent gear shift stuck in park after brake failure


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I own a 2004 Hyundai Accent. I'm not able to shift out of park. I've tried the shift over ride and that worked once, now it doesn't H E L P !


Have someone look at the Brake lights when you press the Brake pedal. Your car needs the Brake switch to unlock the Shifter. If you do not have working Brake lights, then that is the problem.
There is a safety Lock-out which requires the Brakes to be on when you try to move the gearshift out of Park. Sometimes the switch gets bumped or broken by your feet getting in or out of the car. I work on Ford family Brands and this is how the shifter releases on them.

You can call an autoparts store and ask about this safety switch. On your car, they may have a cycling phase switch which may be the reason the temporary fix was temporary. Until the switch is recycled, it may not work.

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The shift lock solenoid attached to the interiors shifter near the cable is at fault
You need to replace it or disengage all apperatis to eliminate its functions
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My 2005 hyundai accent wont shift out of park unless i use the shift lock override. any advice?


on most cars when u step on the brake pedal youll hear a "click" near the center console which is the shift solenoid releasing the "lock" on the floor shifter allowing the shifter to come out of park.check to make sure all the fuses are good and check the brake lite switch(es) and wiringfrom brake lite switch to shifter solenoid.a wiring diagram always helps.

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Hyundai Accent (97, auto) wont shift out of Park, unless I use the shift lock override. How do I fix this?


ur solenoid is bad u can replace it which is kinda expensive or u can take ur center consil out and remove the peg that unlocks ur shifter the only thing ur lock override does is manually pulls it out. i just jammed a golf tee in it to keep it open and it seemed to work just fine

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