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After exiting freeway and at the light off of ramp, when light turned green, car would not go forward. engine did not shut off, and all electrical remained on. I shut the engine off, turned the surity off and on, started back up, and car moved forward at that point. coincidence that it seemed like the security, or something more sinister? running fine now, but dropped off at mechanic to have a look.....

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  • cleedusb Apr 01, 2011

    great, hopefully not a painful repair! I will pass on info to mechanic, thanks....

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Well its not your security system.. more than likely its the harness that connects to the park neutral switch and sensors on the transmission, sort of swung a bit loosened up and shorted, when the vehicle came to s stop the solenoid sent the signal disengaging the system but didnt when you presses the accelerator. cutting off and on reset the system and so fixed it.

to make sure it dont happen again get the electric accelerator your car got looked at, as well the cables connecting t your transmission. once everything is tightened up you'll be fine. Was it anything more serious u would have needed a tow truck.

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