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Having shifting problems

My wife ran off the side of road and now my 2005 mustang will not start unless the car is in neutral. also car willnot shift toppark 2nd. or 1st. gar. Checked out the transmition shifter cable removed some gravel from the area. can anyone give some other troulbe shooting tips.

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I do not understand, in what, in parking?, neutral?, does the motor spins, when you are cranking it?

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