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I want to know if the bsi (brake shift lock) would cause know brake lights

(2005 Ford Explorer)
in Potwin, KS on September 30, 2013
I've check fuses replaced brake light switch on peddle. I still have know brake lights and won't come out park unless I use override switch. I'm going to replace bsi hoping will correct both shifting and brake light problem. Thanks, Kriz
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on September 30, 2013
NO, the shift lock is NOT the problem with the brake lights! You have missed the bad (open) fuse or there is a wiring problem to the brake light switch. Check for voltage going to the switch and coming out of the switch, or have it checked. Fix the lights and that will/should fix the shifter as well.
of Greg's Orange Auto on September 30, 2013
agree with pushrod
on September 30, 2013
Hey, thanks for get back to me, problem solved
#25 fuse under hood bad. Kriz
on September 30, 2013
Cool! Glad to help.
on September 30, 2013
is there power at the stoplamp switch? have you checked the bulbs? does 3rd brakelamp come on? glad you got it fixed
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