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Old 03-03-2005   #1  
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stuck in park wtf

Ok for some reason when my car is in park I can't get it out. Yes, I am stepping on the brake. It will work only after I open that little cover thing next to the **** and stick a flathead in there and pushed some lil button down.. Wtf.. Someone let me kno pls

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I've had this happen to me as well, you most likely have a blown fuse somewhere. My horn fuse blew once and I believe that was connected to it somehow. So check all your fuses.
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Check the key position. I don't know... sometimes that stops you from shifting...
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when i had an auto with a shift ****, if the **** was placed wrong it would do that. stock **** then i don't know
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Stock **** is doing that? I think it just might a fuse.....if not, next time you can get it out of park just take it to the dealer see what they say.
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try wiggling the steering wheel? i dont have an auto so i duno about our car but that helps on other cars..
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try wiggling the steering wheel? i dont have an auto so i duno about our car but that helps on other cars..
yeah, thats what i have to do in my dads tundra sometimes... so try that, might work
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I love 7thgencivic.com man u guyz r the ****... My airhorns stopped workin and when I installed them the horns werked fine w/o me changin the fuse. I guess that's it
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get a manual (stick shift)
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Yeah... Good advice. That'll really help him...
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I'm gonna jump on that after work thanks for the feedback
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make sure your wheel isnt locked, but your car wouldnt turn on than, huh? Well if the wheel barely moves back and forth, make sure its in the middle of where it can move back and forth, and turn the key on. Probably didnt help. Sorry
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