Question about Radio Communications
Most likely is a neutral safety switch. This switch is also called a prindle switch or a transmission gear select switch. It's very common for these to fail on jeeps but I have seen them fail on other makes as well
Posted on Oct 22, 2013
There are a variety of problems which could present this issue on a vehicle. It varies by make and brand of automobile, but some suspect items might include a shifter which is not seating well into park, a worn indicator switch in the steering column, as well as another switch which indicates your foot is on the brake pedal.
One quick thing to check is that the car, if setting on level ground has actually locked the wheels into park. You can check this by having the car in park and giving a slight physical push to the car to see if it rolls a little then locks into park, or if it is already locked into park.
PS. This was posted in the two-way radio category.
Posted on Oct 21, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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