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Why does the automatic transmission not come out of park on a 1995 Lincoln Continental brake pedal is pushed but the shift lever will not release from park position?

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2005-11-23 17:05:44
2005-11-23 17:05:44

If the vehicle is parked on a hill and the weight of the vehicle is being held by the parking gear you may find that it will be difficult to shift out of park. I suggest using the parking BRAKE to hold the weight of the vehicle while parked. Set the parking brake BEFORE you put it into park, or at least before you remove your foot from the brake pedal. That way you are having the parking brake hold the weight and the transmission becomes the backup for holding the vehicle. It should be a lot easier to get it out of park then.

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