its broken !! take it to a mechanic
Ineffective pump, blockage in the lines.
Align the shift indicator orreplace it. Your problem is strictly column mechanical.
SOMETIMES IF THE STEERING WHEEL IS LOCKED YOU WONT BE ABLE TO SHIFT OUT OF PARK. TRY JIGGERING THE STEERING WHEEL AROUND.
shift lock is malfunctioning. you can bypass it there is a little "switch" on the side of your shifter for this purpose. that should help temporarily i believe there is a sensor to tell it when to shift out of park and that when this malfunctions you're stuck in park
this happened to my 2006 Toyota highlander...look under hood...a piece of foam was stuck up under parking brake so it couldn't shift into park
The shift lever cable may be damaged or out of adjustment.
Hold your brake down while doing so.
Check the fuses- Shift interlock is the same circuit as brake lights. As a temporary measure - try to turn the key to 1st (unlock) position shift to neutral to start vehicle and then shift to Drive.
Change the brake switch located where the brake pedal is, a little above. Done!
The neutral safety switch, release switch, or brake switch is bad.
The brake must be pressed to shift newer cars out of park, if the brake light circuit has an issue it can make it impossible to shift out of park. Make sure the brake lights work, fuses ect. If the system is not working many cars have an override for towing, check owners manual.