truck running all electrical failed. key out engine still running unable to shift out of park dealer confused.FORD

Asked by Feb 23, 2016 at 05:55 AM about the Ford F-150

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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pull the asd relay out of junction box

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The shift interlock system is electrically driven. If the electrical system failed, the interlock system fails also. There should be a manual bypass for the interlock. Check the owners manual and it will tell you where. You will need a detailed diagram of the electrical system plus a lot of time to trace the problem. Dealership is confused because when they plug in their live data computer it is not pointing to the problem.

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If so equipped, you can check the PCM relay. The net should show you how.

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