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I cant get my 95 yukon out of park. the brake light switch i think is ok. i am thinking that it is the bracket that it slides into. how can i know for sure and how can i fix this issue

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Well, if you key the ignition up without starting, pull back on the shifter handle and try to move it to reverse--while depressing the brake pedal--have someone look at the brake lights while you hit the pedal to be sure they are coming on.

Is the truck on a hill putting the parking pawl in a bind?

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