Q: Q: How do I shift out of P (Park)?

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How do I shift out of P (Park)?

If your vehicle has an automatic transmission, then you will have to shift out of P (Park) in order to drive your car. The shifter has a shift lock to keep it from accidentally shifting out of P. When you need to shift out of P, simply press the shift lever button on the side of the shifter; while depressing the button, move the shift lever to the desired gear.

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