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Do you know which air bag codes are stored?
Can you tell where the buzz noise is coming from?
Have you taken the covers off the shifter to see if the brake shift interlock is retracting when the brake pedal has been released to allow shifting back to park?
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When you turn the key on, and press the brake pedal, there is a solenoid on the shifter that moves allowing the shifter button to be pressed thus shifting from park. Once out of park the solenoid is disabled. Yours may be stuck preventing getting into park or you may have messed up the linkage inside the shifter knob.
Air bag codes are retrieved with a scan tool. Below a link showing all possible codes.
If you remove the instrument cluster, can you get your hand on the source of the buzzing?