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Shift jammed when trying to place in parking

I can not place my truck in to parking. When I try to shift to parking it jams. It will only move to Reverse, Neutral and drive. What is the reason?

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You may need a new automatic clutch or new transmission. This occurs often in Fords, mostly because people get lazy when shift gears and do not fully disengage gears, but rather pull up and down. See your mechanic.

Posted on Apr 18, 2009

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