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I have a 2003 Pilot that has a good battery but no power to anything. I am parked under a carport and I can't raise my hood far enough to use the hood support. Since I have no power I cannot release my gearshift lever out of park to roll it back far enough to raise the hood all the way. If I use the manual gearshift release to get it out of park and move the car will I be able to put the car back in to park?
 

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Try this to release the shift lock, Then you'll be able to put it in neutral and push it back to a better, more accessible position.
 

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I have a 2003 Pilot that has a good battery but no power to anything. I am parked under a carport and I can't raise my hood far enough to use the hood support. Since I have no power I cannot release my gearshift lever out of park to roll it back far enough to raise the hood all the way. If I use the manual gearshift release to get it out of park and move the car will I be able to put the car back in to park?
Know anyone with a lithium portable power bank? I picked one up to prep for any no-starts this winter and it worked like a champ to start my lawn tractor with a dead battery.
 

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Try this to release the shift lock, Then you'll be able to put it in neutral and push it back to a better, more accessible position.
Great instructions- thanks for the link.
I had to do this on an Old Explorer I had a year ago.

You can use anything small and think, like a slender screwdriver also IIEC, not just a key. Use could use any key actually too, right?
 

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