FORD EXPLORER TRAILER PROBLEM
2005 Ford Explorer • 16,000 miles
Here is my issue. Oh, it is a Sport Trac btw. I can't get the shifter out of park after having started the engine. I checked fuses, replace the brake light switch, and shift interlock solenoid. No luck. I can get the shifter out of park by rotating the ignition switch to just the right spot. I can then shift to neutral to start the truck, then be on my way. I am not hearing a click when pressing the brake pedal as I always have. I have a brake box installed for the electric brakes on the trailer that I pull. I did notice when pressing the brake pedal with the trailer hooked up, that power didn't seem to be going to the trailer brakes. Any help greatly appreciated.
March 3, 2013.
March 3, 2013.
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