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1999 Izuzu Rodeo-car won't shift out of park-what is cost and name of part between brake pedal and shifter that needs repairing?-Doesn't shift out of park on Auto transmission and can the part be done away with so it shifts with out needing that part. It's a part that goes from the brake so that when you step on the brake it shifts out of PARK other wise you don't go anywhere.

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It is called the shift interlock. Yes you can bypass this. Just take it out.

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  • gann1234 May 20, 2011

    Is it located under the brake pedal???? Have you owned a 1999 Rodeo-6cyl ??

  • gann1234 May 20, 2011

    Also if so if it's -under the brake are there sensors or anything else to be removed???- A mechanic told me a few months ago it was located under the brsake--going to ask him today if he knows about removing it.

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