Question about 1995 Chevrolet Corvette
Hi, It is possible that the fuse is blown but more likely that the release
solenoid either has a loose harness connection, or is failing. You can
tell quite easily by listening closely while you press the brake
without the engine running but with the key in the run position. You
should hear a dull clicking sound at the head of the shift console. If
you do than you'll have to open it up and check it's operational
capabilities. and the connections. If you don't hear it then it could
very well be a relay also. Can you remove your key alright? Because
that is tied in with the lockout system.
Posted on Jul 28, 2010
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