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what does that mean, it has no clear meaning at all.
first is car a auto or stick (mines a stick)
stays in gear can mean many things,,,
1: A/t shift lever stuck in drive, you never said what gear,?
2: M/t sticks shift car, , the car moves in gear, with clutch held to floor.
i cant shift to neutral?
I cant shift to park.
I cant what? be clear. please
If you can select gears then it is not stuck in neutral. To be stuck in neutral means that you can only move the lever sideways and no where else. Now the problem is probably the clutch is in constant disengaged position This is from a hydraulic lock in the system from a faulty master cylinder/ jammed cable. As 4 gear is a straight through gear( Input shaft is connected directly to out put shaft) then the 2 causes for this --one not properly engaged and 2 loose or misaligned gear box bolts at the bell housing. So check hydraulics system/ cable and check that the gear box is not loose
you car likely thinks its stuck in reverse, which it may be... even if you can roll it. you'll need to find a way to either get it into park or neutral, normally this can be done by the actual linkages under the shift console or from underneath the car.
Check the cables and shift linkages.If they are all good then it could be time to replace the trans.unless you know someone that is a good trans mechanic.You could price out a used one from the salvage yard.Hope this helps.Good luck.