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Could changing some fuses in your 1997 Toyota Camry cause it to become stuck in Park?

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2007-11-13 22:54:08
2007-11-13 22:54:08

The transmission shifter has a safety interlock. You must depress the brake to release the interlock in-order to shift into a drive or reverse gear. This system is powered by electricity. If you move a fuse from on spot to another but don't remove a fuse then one of them must be blown. Check the fuses for faults. The brake pedal / brake light circuit must be functioning in order to put the car in gear. Check the blue 10amp brake light fuse. Make sure the wiring in the trunk does not have breaks that may cause the fuse to blow

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