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Key stuck stuck in park


without starting the vehicle, turn the key just to the first click press the brake and see if you can put the car into neutral, if so, start the engine while there in neutral and then put it in drive and drive it to the dealer

Mar 23, 2015 | Ford Cars & Trucks

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How to get the car into neutral without the key


I have never done this before, but this instruction seems pretty straight forward:

How to Put Car in Neutral Without Key in the Ignition eHow

Jan 27, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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Gear shifter moves without key engaged


the key tumbler may be defective or the shift lock mechanism, do you have to put your foot on the brake in order to move the shifter without the key in the ignition? car willnot start does the lights come on do the accessory work lights, radio, can you shift from park neutral does the vehicle go into neutral have some one push it to see if it moves you may want to check the neutral safety switch or the gear indicator

Oct 16, 2012 | 1997 Chrysler Town & Country

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How do you get a 2002 pt cruiser into neutral without a key its an automatic


Without disconnecting the linkage you don't. You would have to disconnect the linkage and put it in neutral manually. If your trying to tow the vehicle it is better to put the front wheels on a dolly or lift from the front. Towing a front wheel drive with the wheels on the pavement is not usually a good thing as it tends to damage the transmission. If you have no choice but to tow it with all 4 wheels on the ground you will have to disconnect the linkage and put it in Neutral manually or use the key to unlock the steering and shifter assembly and tie the steering. If your worried about battery drain with the ignition in the on position disconnect the negative battery terminal.

Jun 21, 2011 | Chrysler PT Cruiser Cars & Trucks

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How do u put car in neutral unlock the steering wheel from under the car. Cars in middle of highway and keys are gone


Yikes, no keys?

I don't know if you can unlock the steering wheel without keys, without breaking something.

Good luck to you.

Jun 28, 2010 | Cars & Trucks

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How can i put my 1998 cadilac deville into neutral without my key


you can get new key a the dealer ship some cadillacs have a button on the shifter to unlock them.

Jul 01, 2010 | 1998 Cadillac DeVille

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My '02 Pathfinder is stuck in park with a dead battery. I have checked a few fuses and found none of them blown. I just want to get the car in neutral so I can attempt to jump it. Is there any way to...


No, the vehicle needs power in order to put the vehicle in gear. This is because of the brake switch needs to engage in order for the lever to move. The switch cannot engage without power.

Nov 04, 2009 | Nissan Pathfinder Cars & Trucks

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Key won't always start the car,


Sounds like safety neutral or brake switch, but if you tell him same as you told us, he should be able to figure it out without too much trouble.

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How to put gear stick into neutral on mazda 323 without coded key


hot wire the car this will bring the ignition lights on then you can put it into neutral

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Won't start without putting in neutral


you need to adjust your shifter cable

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