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This car has an automatically controlled idle speed system, so when you have a problem like this you must have the dealer run what is called an active engine running test, the test puts the engine through the paces and returns data to show possible problems.
Check your linkage under the car on drivers side. Right next to Transmisson the linkage that goes to your shifter should connect to the linkage coming out of the transmisson. If not, you have a broken linkage.
First place to look is to make sure that when you move the shift lever, the shift arm on the transmission is also moving. If the cable between them breaks or streches, this will not happen...If you find that it dosen't move properly, change the cable! Hope this helps...likely anything else will be much more expensive!