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hey look under neath where ur driver footpedals are. chances are that the rubber grommet on the end of ur cable came off or broke.. look up into the column area an look for the black cable goin to a pivot point on shifter arm. reconnect. but will prob need new cable cause if end is no good will fall of again. move shifter back an forth to help u locate area of cable
I think this is an actual cable which hangs up in cold weather..find the cable ends under the hood near both the transmission and the steering column end.. each end should have a rubber cover on it..take a can of wd40 spray lube put the little red tube into the spray nozzle of the can.. insert the end of the red tube under the rubber boot and spray a few seconds worth of this into the booth coating it really well...then without starting the car(turn the key to the run position to unlock the system) slowly work the shifter up and down between gears and you should feel it work easier as you move it up and down..do this each time it becomes harder to work the shifter..also do the base of the column where it comes to the outside of the car body..road dirt and grit build up here and cause stifness also..
what tranny? A/T or M/T we can not guess.? what country helps too.?
bad shifter linkage, or adjustments. or bad transmission. I do this test off road. the acid test. i remove the linkage, and then shift to 2nd. drive car, if it holds the gear, the tranny is good. simple , huh? but is dangerous, do so only off road. far from other vehicles or people of any kind.
if you cant do that , then fully inspect the linkage and RTM read the fsm for your car.
I would check your tire pressure, if your running 60 psi it's going to be a bumpy ride, lower the air pressure to 35 psi and see if it makes a differance, does the truck move up and down when you jump on the bumpers or is it stiff ?
THE GEAR LINKAGE WILL HAVE JUMPED OUT OF ALIGNMENT, ITS A 10mm af spanner to fix it you should see where it was originally placed by the marks on the selector rod linkage.it needs two person job one under the car with the spanner and one positioning the gear lever.
if your speaker makes noise when moving the shifter, the you have a speaker wire somewhere thats touching the metal on your truck. I would say do a visual inspection of the wire, probably somewhere under your sterring column, if you can get to it. its probably got a bare spot where the insulation got worn away. or, if its easier for you, just run a new wire from your stereo to that speaker. wither way should fix your problem.