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96 jag wont turn over in park,the starter motor is ok

96 jag wont turn over in park,the starter motor is perfect,the micro switch for p positon clicks ok as well as 2 relays in front of the gear stick and theres also a click around the ignition key when yougearshift it into park,has anybody have a idea ,

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You will need to adjust the auto shifter so the switch picks up that the car is in park and that will fix your problem

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