Question about 2006 Chevrolet Impala
Just had this very same problem 10 minutes ago. Stuck at a fuel bowser at a busy servo for an hour!! Road assitance fella turned up, asked me to step on the brake and, hey presto, I could shift out of park. Apparently it's a sticky brake light relay switch. Try stepping on the brake pedal a few times. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 19, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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The car has a brake light circuit powered transmission Park shifter lockout solenoid, so if the brake lights are not working when the pedal is pressed the car will not come out of park. Check the brake lights first. Also the owners manual should have a set of instructions to bypass the part lock, it varies with each car but some you turn the key to just short of the on position and wiggle the shifter while doing that, others there is a button hidden on the shift console
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