Could not shift out of park
Had an experience on returning from a recent trip with our 2014 E450 class
C. Pulled into a CG and shut the engine off and went into register. Returning, started the engine and could not get selector out of PARK. The owner said he would look at it and see if he could do anything. After confirming that the foot brake was applied prior to trying, he told me to call the 800# for Ford and to read the manual. It was late at night so he let me hook up W/E right in front of office. After a couple hours of sleep, I got the manual out and there was actually a section [ if you can not get shifter out of Park]. After trouble shooting I found a blown fuse, but did not have one the physical size to replace. THE ONES USED ARE CALLED LOW PROFILE, so I switched one from something else and was able to get it out of Park. On the way, I stopped and bought fuses of various amps, to have spares but never replaced the one until I got home. I found no explanation or cause for it to happen and everything is still OK. I mentioned it to the dealer and they had no answer either, but I plan to talk to Ford about it. The fuse was a brake light fuse, SO A HEADS UP TO MAKE SURE YOU HAVE SOME SPARE LOW PROFILE FUSES FOR THIS OR ANY OTHER PROBLEMS AND CARRY A METER WITH YOU TO TROUBLE SHOOT ELECTRIC PROBLEMS. I was not towing so that part was eliminated. The only thing out of the ordinary was a pot hole that I hit, possibly jarring something.