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the fuse is fine and the bulbs are good you should check with a test
light if power is being supplied to the terminals if the problem must
be reached in the brake switch is on the brake pedal. Thank good luck
you are too vague in your questions, and I need answers in order to help you. . is the car totally dead? is the battery good? do the headlights work? what hapens when you turn the key on. the lights on the dash should light up, the ck engine light should lite up. you should hear the fuel pump come on for 2 seconds and then shut off. if the ck eng light does not come on, ck all fuses and the ecm relay. if you dont here the fuel pump come on, ck all fuses and the fuel pump inertia switch. you need to start somewhere. dont replace any parts until testing reveals them bad, or your going to spend a lot of money on parts you dont need. if you dont know how to test, fiind a good shop to take your car to. it will cost less than guessing and replacing parts.
on most cars when u step on the brake pedal youll hear a "click" near the center console which is the shift solenoid releasing the "lock" on the floor shifter allowing the shifter to come out of park.check to make sure all the fuses are good and check the brake lite switch(es) and wiringfrom brake lite switch to shifter solenoid.a wiring diagram always helps.
If you have checked Power/Ground, and alls good look toward the Multi-Function Sw. (turn sig.sw) this is where everything get distributed at...as for your power loss when shifting, is it column/floor shifter ???? need to know....
it has a shifter interlock that will not alow it to shift out of park without depressing the brake petal either you have a malfunction at the brake or the inter lock servo or cable is failed or broken depending on what car you have you can pobably disable the system or repair it also be sure all you fuses are good if it has a servo a blown fuse will disable it1
there could be a draw in the electrical system. with key out of ignition and all doors closed. disconnect neg battery cable and put test lite in between cable and battery terminal, if it lites up strong, then there is a draw down. to trace the draw, leaving test lite hooked up, remove interior lite fuse. then remove one fuse at a time(returning previous fuse to proper place) until test lite goes out. that is the circuit that is drawing down. you pull the interior lite fuse first cause door will most likely be open to ck rest of fuses. hope this helps