94 Camry question

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Old 18 Apr 2010, 04:22 pm   #1 (permalink)
rfdjr1@optonline.net
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My mother-in-law's 1994 Camry is parked in our driveway and I just need to move
it back some so we can fit our other two cars. But the battery is and has been
dead and I can't get the steering wheel unlocked or the car out of park. Has
this anything to do with the dead battery? We'll be getting rid of the car so
I'm not going for a new battery or even a service call for a jump start. I just
want to unlock the steering wheel and get it into reverse so I can roll it back.
Any suggestions? Thanks.
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Old 20 Apr 2010, 08:02 pm   #2 (permalink)
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On Apr 18, 4:22*pm, rfd...@optonline.net wrote:
> My mother-in-law's 1994 Camry is parked in our driveway and I just need to move
> it back *some so we can fit our other two cars. But the battery is and has been
> dead and I can't get the steering wheel unlocked or the car out of park. Has
> this anything to do with the dead battery? We'll be getting rid of the car so
> I'm not going for a new battery or even a service call for a jump start. I just
> want to unlock the steering wheel and get it into reverse so I can roll it back.
> Any suggestions? Thanks.


No its not the battery the car is settled in a position, try turning
the wheel while unlocking it may be hard. Getting out of park may need
someone bumping the car back and forth.
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