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Re: 1997 ford thunderbird
There is a switch on the brake pedaal that tells the shifter that the brake is depressed. if that switch is not making it is the same as not mashing brake pedal. just replaced same problem on an 04 tarus
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Brake sensor. It tells transmission, brake is depressed and allows you to shift out of park. Or check with diagnostic computer, free at some major retailers. Most likely a sensor, if not transmission may be bad.
well unfortantly thereisnt any description as to what it does do when you put it in any of your forward gear does it try to go does it make any noises was it slipping prior to did you just turn it off one day it was going great prior to that and just no signs of anything just did it fords have very weak planatary gears in there transmissions if you **** it from park to drive thinking maybe it was going to stall so you quickly step on the gas pedal it can cause the planatary gear which is rite the pump to implode which in that case it needs to be rebuilt or replaced but however anytime you have a situation were you loose one or more gears you can go ahead and line it up for a transmission bill at a tranny rebuild shop