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Shifter broken While driving down the raod I was fiddling with the console shifter and lifted it off of the stick. I mean it literally came off in my hands. I know I need parts but how much do they cost and does anyone have an exploded view of how they go back together? Thank you, Shifty

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Ok shifty, did u look at the piece that came off carefully, I would think there is a small set screw that is supposed to hold it in place. It probably loosened up, allowing u to rip it off with your wild shifting technique. So look also where it came off, to see if u can spot a point where something was holding the 2 together. I think it's just a matter of tightening a loose set screw. Check the floor and between seats for a very small set screw, although it probably is stll in the handle that popped off.

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I need diagram how I can replace the gears shifter in my lincon navigator 2004

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