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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-20-2010 Thread Starter
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2004 Mustang stuck in park

I have no power in fuse #41 eney help. Im trying to figuer out why i cant shift it out of park. I have no power at the brake switch.

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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-20-2010
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u have no power going into or out of the switch? try checking your fuses in the engine compartment couple other people are having brakelight problems at the moment too check out their threads for more info either here or the v6 talk section

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Thumbs up try this out

Originally Posted by DW7018 View Post
I have no power in fuse #41 eney help. Im trying to figuer out why i cant shift it out of park. I have no power at the brake switch.

haha i got this same problem man! try checking your break pedal see if there's any wires hanging out. if there is there should be a box connected to the top of the pedal pillar with two circular metal things, take the wire and touch it to the bottom circular metal thing, i got mine ductaped right now. but basically i think that, that box tells your car when your stepping on the brakes in park therefore if your car doesnt think your stepping on the breaks, it wont let you move. its weird though cuz the lights work fine while i drive, but when i was in park the lights wont come on. so thats actually a good way to see if it works. try it out let me know what happened.

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I was in my buddies 2004 3.9 when this happened to him, lol i told him it was his brake light switch wiring, which BTW was stripped out. His Gorilla feet ripped the Negative wire out of the box, walked across the street to Autozone (Great location at the time) picked up a new one

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