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Old 06-09-2007, 07:23 PM
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what part number is that for??
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Shifter stuck in park

Gentlemen and Ladies,
Being the owner of a "early" 2004", I am well versed with this problem. I fought it off and on untill one day it just wouldn't go. I had been told all of the usual stuff, and tried the things like the brake light switch, fuses, which should have fixed it, etc, etc, etc. It had to be dragged out of a parking spot, and the service writer called to tell me that all I had to do is change a fuse. I bet him a hundred that it wouldn't work. They had to take out the console and gut the shifter to the tune of $500.00. Now it works as advertised. I never got the hundred.
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There is a transistor on the shift interlock that fails.

I have had this happen twice.

Put a notice at NHTSA about it. There are a couple of others.

Not a real common problem, but real pain when it happens

Thinking about permanently dsiabling mine... since I have a button on the shifter to get it out of park.
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It was very common for about a year. I havent seen one in the shop for this for about a year now though. They must have fixed what ever the problem was with the later part.
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