Yes there is. It is called a brake pedal interlock and the part number is 2609-4827
brake light switch above the brake pedal
That clicking noise you hear when you press and release the brake pedal is the "Shift Lock Solenoid" engaging and disengageing. The shift lock solenoid is located below the center console directly underneath the gear shift lever. That sound is normal.
It might be the brake pedal switch
You have to step on the brake pedal to shift to any gear from "Park"
Depress the brake pedal to shift.
Many vehicles are equipped with a safety mechanism that requires you to press the brake pedal in order to shift out of park. Sometimes the release switch on the brake pedal wears or otherwise becomes out of adjustment, sometimes the switch fails and sometimes the release solenoid fails.
No, on most newer cars you also have to press the brake pedal to shift out of Park.
It locks all the doors when you shift the transmission into gear and release the brake pedal
bad brake light switch
The clutch pedal.
Try your brake lights. There is a sensor under the brake pedal that will go off if you don't have any. This should be an easy fix.
There is what is called a brake sensor. This sensor has to engage to sent a signal to the transmission to release the pawl so that you can shift it. Replace the brake pedal sensor. It is usually on the top of the pedal arm upward under the dash. This will also cause the brake lights not to work. Good luck.
There SHOULD be a switch on the brake pedal that disengages the gear shift locking solenoid. Once you press on the brake pedal, the gear shift should move easily. If not, either the switch or solenoid has failed, or one of them is out of adjustment.
Sometimes when used to driving manual transmissions, we forget to press the brake pedal to release the safety so we can shift the automatic into gear. It will not shift out of park unless you do this.
Can't say that I fully understand the question. Rear window brake? Brakes don't work? Please explain. Does brake pedal go to the floor? No brake fluid in Master cylinder? due to leak. Brake pedal has normal travel but no stopping? Worn brake linings. Clicking in console could be normal, sounds like shift interlock is working properly. Allowing you to shift from "park" into other shift positions. Have to step on brake pedal to allow shift.
The shift mechanism is only allowed to move from park if and when the brake pedal is pressed. Possible causes are, faulty brake pedal switch, shift interlock solenoid, wiring, or broken shift button. Possible shift linkage or transmission problem. Find the procedure for "bypassing or overriding the shift interlock" for further diagnosis.
do your brake lights work wen pressing brake . if not its the brake pedal sensor
THE BRAKE LIGHT SWITCH IS NOT PUTTING OUT BATTERY WHENEVER THE BRAKE PEDAL IS PUSHED DOWN. CHECK TO SEE IF BRAKE LIGHTS COME ON WHEN BRAKE PEDAL IS PUSHED DOWN. IF BRAKE LIGHTS COME ON, THEN YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO SHIFT IT OUT OF PARK. IF NO BRAKE LIGHTS, THEN IT WON'T SHIFT OUT OF PARK. IF THIS IS THE CASE, THEN REPLACE BRAKE LIGHT SWITCH.
If you mean that you can't shift the shifter while pressing on the brake, I would say that it is down by the brake pedal.
You must have the brake pedal depressed and the key turned to position 1 to release the "shift interlocking mechanism".
Change the brake switch located where the brake pedal is, a little above. Done!
brake pedal under dash
There is a shifter interlock switch on the brake pedal which also controls the brake lights
If it works like the one in my '94To set it: in park press the pedal to the floor.To release it press the regular break pedal and shift out of park.