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2004 honda CRV 2WD.Transmission does not shift to drive from park

Engine starts at park position but when ry to shift to drive, it won't shift.

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Hi , it sounds like your shift linkage is broken are your shiftrod , not major thing if thats what it is but sould have some one thats is very good with car repair to look under the ride , becareful make sure car is off and chaulk tires first were it cant row any direction .thanks

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