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Gearbox settings completely discontrolled. Drive is currently park, park is currently reverse and so on. I am looking for the settings so i can fix this problem.

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Check the linkages .put the gear stick in park now at the gear box ,fit the linkage when tight move the gear stick into the position it should be .check the linkage each time that is done.now key in. but not to start .put into reverse .your reverse light should now be on . if not adjust the linkage..now put the gear stick in park .car should now start.

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Bad cable.
or loose or maladjusted
its all here.

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