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You have to take the little center cap off of the shifter carefully and inside is the adjuster nut

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SOURCE: How do I adjust the linkage on my 1995 Mercury

The bolts loosen up on the bracket that holds the shifter shaft to the cable. Look up from the floor board and look above the steering column in the shift cable area. Wiggle the shifter and you should see the problem. Tighten the bolts with a torx bit.

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remove the arm on tranny shud b splined gently pull of connect and put back on

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