I've read many discussions but can't find what to try next on my salvaged 2020 model S to get it out of park. It had front right damage from Copart. Body damage is not a problem for me to fix. I have replaced the Pyrofuse and managed to get Tesla to program a key for me (as it came without a key) - 1st major challenge. The car will charge when powered off but once I power the car on I have a constant humming noise from what seems around the area of the charge port and the charge port door will not open and I cannot charge. I have about 100 errors when reading my vitals I'm not worried about at the moment but in Toolbox 3 I can't get it to read/clear DTC's. 12V battery/charging seem to work fine as well as 12V car functions (screens, doors, windows etc). My RCM has been reprogrammed and my driver's side seatbelt has been rebuilt and both should be delivered today and installed (thanks FedEx for the delivery delay). I've replaced the steering wheel airbag and clockspring module (only because Tesla service documents said I had to) but I haven't managed to source a left knee airbag as of yet. I'm assuming the humming noise is that my drive connectors are open and I can't figure out how to close them. The HV Battery pyrofuse located under the battery on the passenger side was tested and working fine. I'm at a loss as to what to tear apart next. I have my Class 0 1000V HV safety gloves but would appreciated being pointed in the right direction rather than tearing apart what seems to be a very nice car. I apologize if the answer is in another forum. This is my first time ever asking a question in a forum such as this and my first EV. I have only worked on ICE cars in the past. I have a wife and kids so no need to tell me I'm an idiot (they have that covered - lol).