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2002 dodge dakota quad, stuck in park

Cold days can't get it out of park. had it towed, i think the guy let it just warm up for half an hour cause i was missing quarter tank of gas. he told me he couldnt find anything wrong, this has happenned a couple of times.

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Chys. had a recall about a year a go or so on dakotas and durangos to fix that problem, as my wifes 2001 durango she got a recall notice about it in the mail, she was told to take it to a dealer and have it fixed for free whitch she did, and just before that she got one about the upper ball joints to be replaced, and the dealer did that to, free of charge. I don't know if there is a time limit on that or not but it Might be worth looking into.

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