Question about 1995 Mercury Villager
The shifter is very loose and slopy. Whered do I look too fix this problem?
Under the Dash there is a plate with 3 Torx bolts. These come loose or fall out, causing sloppy or inoperave shift lever. You can tighten these as suggested elsewere bu most likely you will have the same problem again in the future unless you install star-washers under every one before tightening. This will prevent them loosening in the future.
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
At the base of the sterring columen there are three torx bolts try tighten them first. if that dose not work you will have to replace the shift tube bushing commen problem. parts are avaible at the dealer thanks kdc744
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
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