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I have a Toyota tundra 2002 I changed the ignition switch

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I have a Toyota tundra 2002 I changed the ignition switch the engine runs but I cant get the shifter out of parking is there something I did wrong is there something I can do to get it out of parking
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Toyota
Expert:  Ted Ritter replied 1 year ago.

Hello, check to see if the brake lights are working, if not check or replace the fuse marked "stop" in the fuse panel under the hood. In an emergency you can depress the shift interlock release button on the shift console, there is a small plastic cover that can be popped off, there is a button inside, push it down to release the shifter from the park position.