Question about 2000 Ford Taurus
You have a park brake release solenoid not working, there are several ways different car manufacturers have for manually releasing. But I would first locate the fuse panel usually on a newer Ford it's on the side of the dash with a popout cover that says pull, check your fuses if the fuse is blown replace it once if it works from then on ok, but if it blows out again right away you will need to locate the short to ground keeping in mind that it could be the solenoid drawing too much current.
Posted on Oct 13, 2010
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