2013 Veloster automatic trans. Will not come out of park?

Asked by Feb 20, 2019 at 02:40 PM about the 2013 Hyundai Veloster FWD with Technology Package

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Story goes this car got boosted wrong (reversed the poles, don't want to talk
about it).  Put in new battery car started put the blower wouldn't work and the
car overheated at idle.  Changed the multi fuse as it was blown and this fixed
those issues.  However started the car went to drive and it will not come out
of park.  I did try the release and I can change gear using it but it wont unless
I press it.  Any ideas?

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You already found the shift-lock override, and until this is fixed, you can just park the car in neutral. I think you're having a problem with the brake-shift solenoid that releases the shifter when brake is depressed. You probably just blew the fuse to it, but you might have damaged a wire in the process or damaged the solenoid itself. You can track down the problem, or just have a mechanic find it a n fix it.

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