2000 FORD FOCUS - BRAKE SHIFT INTERLOCK

  • Tiny
  • Paulyboy
  • 2000 Ford Focus

Above car, 85,000mi; 2L engine

My brake shift interlock is not functioning. The brake lights work and I tried replacing the brake light switch that is actuated by the brake pedal. The only way I can shift out of park is to insert a popcicle stick into the manual interlock access hole. Is there an electronic interlock relay or fuse that needs replaced, or is it the interlock switch on the floor shifter? I checked all of the fuses in the passenger compartment fuse panel (all looked good).

Thanks for your help!

Saturday, February 17th, 2007 AT 10:54 AM

1 Answer

  • Tiny
  • TaurusWheel
  • Member

I'm thinking if you have a floor shift, the interlock assembly is integral to the shift cable and must be replaced as an assembly, column shift can be replaced seperately

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Saturday, February 17th, 2007 AT 8:56 PM

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