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don't understand your problem? if the car is stuck in a certain gear,i.e.second and won't shift check for engine codes for pssiblr "limp in mode" operation. if the car won't come out of park, check the shift interlock solenoid operation.
This is really confusing. What is it you are trying to fix? You are going in different directions all at the same time, which I am guessing is part of your problem. Are you trying to fix? A "no-start" problem? a "no-crank" problem a "cannot get shift lever out of PARK" problem or a problem with not being able to turn the key???
What was the original problem? - WHY did you replace the ignition switch? Did you replace the "IGNITION SWITCH" or did you replace the "KEY AND TUMBLER" assembly?
Disable WHAT interlock? The shift interlock ? What would that do to get your truck started? The gearshift interlock has absolutely NOTHING to do with the starting system. If your gearshift interlock is not working, the most likely cause is a bad brake lamp switch.
It sounds to me like you need to figure out what it is you want to fix before you jump in and go replacing any more parts. I do not mean to be offensive, but it really sounds like you are creating more problems than you are fixing at this point.
The shift interlock does not allow the car to shift out of park unless the brake pedal is depressed. Quick fix is with the car running to set the parking brake and turn the car to off and remover the key. Put the key back in and turn one click to on. Shift the car into neutral and you can start the car and go. The repair for this is either the brake switch located on the brake pedal being replaced. I had a broken wire leading to the switch that caused the problem. It also can be a blown fuse.
There is an interlock that requires the brake pedal to be depressed in order to shift the car into gear. So...first question (I have to ask!): Did you make sure to press the brake while trying to shift out of park? If so, theres a good chance that the brake switch is bad.
Pull hard on the steering wheel to the left and the steering wheel lock mechanism should release. I mean pull hard to left because shift interlock is froze if you cannot get it this way you will need a pro to help! Good Luck Mate.