One obvious question: were you parked tight up against a curb? If so, just rocking the vehicle will allow you to shift out of park.
Oh oh, I changed my Rear Bezel yesterday to a same color bezel, Do you think that had something to do with it?By any chance you weren't fiddeling around in the trunk were you? It sounds like the brake light wiring is shorted.
Bingo! Go back and undo your screwup. How lucky can you get. You just saved yourself from being the butt of hilarious laughter at the dealership.Oh oh, I changed my Rear Bezel yesterday to a same color bezel, Do you think that had something to do with it?
LOL, I'll check it out tomorrow. Your funny Binky the bear, Thanks a lot for everything:worship:Bingo! Go back and undo your screwup. How lucky can you get. You just saved yourself from being the butt of hilarious laughter at the dealership.
Thanks for the heads up and tip. If I have any issues while checking this out, expect a call from me and possibly a drop off. Thanks :highfive:Yeah, I think koz hit the nail on the head.
It sounds like you pinched a wire when you replaced the applique on the rear.
Your traction light problem is likely related since it uses brake pedal inputs.
On a side note, don't ever use a higher rated fuse on a circuit even for "testing" purposes.
I had a car one time, the guy burned about 8 feet of body harness doing that. I can't remember what the bill was exactly, but I think it was around $1,200.
We can certainly look at it for you if you need a wire repair done, but it sounds like all you need to do is recheck your work and replace the fuse.