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Old 08-25-2013, 12:42 PM
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I would assume there's a shift selenoid that when you press the brake pedal it releases the lock on the shifter. May be damaged from the water. Probably also is the switch for the brake lights. On my wife's old aveo it would stick and you'd have to reach up under the dash and jiggle the button on the switch then it'd be good again for a few months.
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