Question about 1995 Saab 900
There are a few solutions possible. i have recently had shifter problems, too...
Okay, so, the parts inside and around the shaft of the shifter are almost all plastic. If you shift too hard, they break easily. These are easy repairs, for an auto repair shop, but i would recommend that you take it to a transmission specialist to have it done properly. There is also a part called a "gear linkage," if this part is damaged, the linkages fall out of place, the shifter will get off track. Linkage systems can get a bit expensive, though.
When i had this problem, i took it to a repair shop, and a washer had fallen off, they had to screw it back on and the whole thing cost $50.
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
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