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2001 Saab 9-3 SE automatic with 193k miles. Needs help getting out of park by depressing the release tab. I’m a novice when it comes to working on my Saab, but thanks to all of you have been successful over the years and have taken on some of the biggest repairs! I have verified that the brake lights are fine, all the fuses are good. I decided to replace the brake light switch which didn’t help and I verified the cable going to the top of the transmission is attached and isn’t kinked anywhere. I removed the center console, but not sure what I’m really looking at. I do know nothing is moving under the gear selector when I depress the brake pedal. I do have a meter, but not sure what to check or where to put the probes. Any suggestions what I should focus on next? The car won’t pass PA state inspection until I figure this out. As always, thanks so much!
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