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Seat Leon Shift Lock Solenoid Replacement
Seat Leon shift lock solenoid replacement
Can’t get your Seat Leon out of park? Maybe the shift lock (or interlock) solenoid has died.
It’s one of those gizmos that you don’t know about until it stops you getting from A to B.
This little mechanism is connected to your brake pedal and locks the transmission on your Seat if you don’t have your foot on the brake.
When the shift lock solenoid fails, which it can with age and wear, you won’t be able to get out of park.
It’s a gadget used in your Seat Leon’s automatic transmission, that stops you from doing something silly, like shifting out of park when the brake is not engaged and the ignition is on.
Book in with a mechanic on AutoGuru to get your Seat Leon back on the road!