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I have to pump brakes to put it in gear
2010 Lincoln Navigator

I have to pump brakes to put it in gear

(2010 Lincoln Navigator)
I have to keep pumping the brakes on my 2010 Lincoln Navigator to get it out of Park. The brake fluid is fine. I don't think it's air in the lines. Could there be some kind of linkage problem?
How long have you had this problem? Several months
Tags: lincoln, navigator
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on October 08, 2019

Brake light switch failure is the likely culprit - it also is responsible for releasing the shifter from park.

Have wiring and connector inspected - brake light switch operations can easily be tested.
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on October 08, 2019

Brake light switch failure is the likely culprit - it also is responsible for releasing the shifter from park.

Have wiring and connector inspected - brake light switch operations can easily be tested.
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