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96 Accord w/ H22 Can't Get Out Of Park

Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by 96Hybrid, Nov 7, 2006.

  1. 96Hybrid

    96Hybrid New Member

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    I put an 94 h22a into a 96 accord. The only problem I am having is I can not get the car out of park once I start it. :confused: Now I know you are suppose to run a wire from a7 to the green/white wire on the shift control plug at the shifter which I have done but nothing happens. Any other options? Any help would be great. Thanks
     
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    unplug that wire from the shifter and see what happens,
     
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    are you talking about the green/white wire? If you are then once the green/white wire is not connected to both sides the you cant shut the car completely off with the key.
     
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    well im talking about the wire that goes to your shifter but sence its unpluged,i dont no will it start in nutral
     
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    The car will start right up no problems and drive. The only thing is I ran a wire from a7 to the green white wire on the shift position sensor. But the car still does not come out of park. If you disconnect just the green/white wire then once you go to turn the car off you wont be able to turn the ignition all the way back and take out the key. I can start it in park but I have to put the key in the shift lock release every time I take it out of park. And it's only in the park position it does that to.
     
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