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...btsi-solenoid-tell-its-located But my experience: Try the brake light switch first. I just had that problem (cannot shift from park) a couple days ago- final straw was getting stuck in park at ...


...BTSI solenoid is faulty and the interlock cable must be replaced. If the shift lever still does not move from the park position, the problem is in the shift lever assembly or the ignition interlock ...


...BTSI switch is bad on the base of shifter, or one of the wires is broken to the switch. this switch is was releases the igntion. the BTSI switch is not replacable. the entire shifter will need to be ...

...switch opens, removing voltage from circuit 1135 to the BTSI solenoid. The BTSI solenoid is de-energized and the mechanical lock connected to the BTSI solenoid pulls back from the shifter allowing ...

...BTSI solenoid. Any ideas? The park neutral safety switch is bad ! Put the vehicle in neutral an see if it starts then . BTSI solenoid ???? What do you think this is ? I do believe you have this mixed ...

...there is a voltage send to the BTSI solenoid which is supposed to unlock so you can shift. If you can verify that the brake switch send a voltage to the solenoid , the solenoid is the faulty

...switch. The BTSI system prevents the driver from moving the shift lever out of PARK unless the brake pedal is depressed while in RUN or CRANK. The BCM controls the output to the BTSI solenoid by ...

...BTSI Fuse. The stop lamp switch is normally closed, providing voltage through circuit 1135 to the BTSI solenoid, energizing the solenoid and mechanically locking the transmission shift lever whenever ...

...deville sedan 4.9L FROM 1993? Sometimes I can't get the shifter out of P and I guess I need to replace the BTSI solenoid. Thanks Test brake pedal interlock switch or try bypassing it with jumper

...BTSI system by performing the following steps: Turn the ignition switch to the OFF position. Remove battery voltage from the solenoid. Turn the ignition switch to the ON position. For vehicles ...

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