2012 nissan rogue wont shift out of park
It's probably the "lever in park" switch in the CVT control module. I see this switch is available in the USA from http://www.mouser.com for $2.44. The switch is a D3M-01K3-3 made by Omron. Here in New Zealand the Nissan dealers will only sell the the whole module at $1500.00. It is easy to replace once you have exposed the control module and figured out which switch it is on the right hand side off the control module. That part of the job is too detailed to explain here. There are other causes such as the switch on the brake pedal and the solenoid but both times it has happened with me it's been this switch. Good luck.
Shift lock release. If battery charge is low or discharged the selector lever may not be moved from the park position even with the brake pedal depressed and the selector button pushed.Release the shift lock. Should show you how in your owner's manual. Should be pretty simple. Small tab on the shifting plate. but look up how there's steps to it. Good luck. Hope you get it.
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