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try turning the key on and moving the shifter back to park. there is also a brake transmission shift interlock switch that prevents the shifter from moving without your foot on the brake and the key from being removed. there is a override switch for it under the little oval cap on the rt side of the shifter bezel.
 

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Odd thing is that the car started normally, which is what threw me. I didn’t think it would start if it wasn’t in park all the way. Guess there’s multiple sensors/switches for the separate functions.
you can do a little test. put your foot on the brake, turn the key to on and move the shifter handle to each position. if the car will crank in any position besides park, the shifter cable is out of adjustment
 
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