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Floor shifter dosent want to come out of park

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Do your brake lights come on? if not then you have a bad brake light switch, it also controls the release for the shifter. if they do work then the problem may be in the shifter itself. there is a small cover piece near the shifter that says 'shift lock', use a small flat screw driver to pop open then push screwdriver straight down into the hole to release shifter.

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