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I have a 1992 Toyota DLX ExtraCab Pickup with a column-mounted automatic shift. The truck has sat for a couple of months without being driven. Now, when I attempt to drive it, the engine starts just fine, but I can't move the shifter out of Park. This should release when I depress the brake pedal as it has done for years. The brake lights work just fine, so the switch appears to be doing its job. All fuses check out -removed them with new ones just to be sure. Now I'm stumped. I would first want to know where the brake/transmission interlock override is located so I can at least move the truck. Can you help?

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Not super familiar with these but i believe you can turn the key to the first or second position and shift out of park ... put it in neutral and start the truck and move it. I do however know that not all of the interlock systems are electrical...on the ignition switch itself may have a cable that broke or come disconnected. if you remove the column covers you should be able to see it. hope this helps

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