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Old 02-07-2009
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Need help with a ford ranger 1988 automatic transmission

Hi.
Need help with an automatic transmission!!

Yesterday i started my truck,tried to put it in reverse but it is stuck in park,
So how will i get it out of park?
Is there any fuse or a relay for the transmission?
If there is,could somebody try to describe where it is?

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there should be a fuse that dis-engages the tranny lock when you press the brake before you can shift the tranny look in your owners manual
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What is the name of the fuse?
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not right off hand i dont but just take a test light ground it and check both sides of every fuse under the dash and under the hood if there is a fuse panel under there
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