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Can't get my 2000 silverado 3500 out of park i think it has something to do with the brakes where is the lock how do i disingage it

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Check your fuse for the brake lights. It controls the interlock. Try turning the key to the accessory position to move the shift lever

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My 2000 silverado is locked in park i have checked fuses (ok) brake lights work it will not shift with switch in on position and truck not running i know there is a switch that locks shifter but don't know...


Have you tried turning the steering wheel left then right while you are trying with the key to get the trk. out of park I had an old truck that the steering wheel didn't lock, had to call the dealer when I got a new trk and that's what he said to do. It worked. If you call the service they might know what to do.

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