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My intrigue is in drive but on my odometer its stuck in neutral

In the gear shift module its on the d for drive. but on the odometer it says N SO ANY HELP WITH TTHIS PLZ? AND MY SERVICE ENGINE SOON LIGHT IS ON. HELP ME PLZ?

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    is the linkage damaged?

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Have you had any transmission work done recently?
check thelinkage for proper adjustment.
some cars also have a tiny cable,that is attatched to the gear indicator in the dash at one end, and to the shift selector at the other.I hope this helps!

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Does the transmission actually shift indo Drive even though the colum says Nuetral?

The service engine soon light, you need to have the computer put on a scanner and find out whats wrong. A lot of part stores will put your car on a computer for free, and tell you whats wrong. then its up to you to replace or fix whats wrong.

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