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no brake lights/2 passenger door ajar

im having a problem with brake lights and i have to have the key on acc1 to put it in gear but its not the brake switch????

and on the passenger 2 doors when they are closed it says its open so my dome lights and 3rd brake light stay on a timer???

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spray the door locks with WD40.

and why do you have the key in acc1 when shifting? thats suppose to be in the on position to shift.



whats the truck and trans?

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tryed the wd-40 and thats the only way i can get it out of park if i start it in park i cant get it out to put in drive.
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as in physically or it acts like a electronic kill switch?

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no physically it will not come out of park while stared you have to have the ignition on the position 1 and put it in nuteral then start it n then put it in drive lol
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your shift interlock looks like its out. but i would check the brake switch also.



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Description and Operation


The shift interlock system prevents the shifting from PARK unless the brake pedal is depressed. The shift interlock system consists of a shift lock actuator mounted at the base of the steering column tube. If the ignition switch is in the RUN position, the shift lock actuator is continually on unless the brake pedal is depressed.

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not knowing your truck specs, this is for my 99 model.



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ok thanks im goin to check it out would that also make my brake lights not work? i tryed a new brake switch but it didnt change anything
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