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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It could be the linkage from the shifting lever to the tranns. This linkage isn't very expensive to have replaced and your shop can tell you if it is indeed the linkage or not.
Posted on Aug 19, 2008
SOURCE: shifter is stuck in park
The shift cable is off the lever on the trans...the dash indicator states drive but the shifter is in park. Look under the drivers side of the trans, next to the catalytic converter(make sure the truck is cooled off) the trans cable will not be attached to the tranny lever-re-attach and you will be able to get it home or to a shop for a repair. This happened to me already, simple fix.
Posted on May 10, 2009
if you can move it into gear when its not running, id say clutch,
but if it wont go in at all, then Im thinking shift forks or linkage
Posted on May 25, 2009
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shifter needs to be inspected. The shifter assembly is got misaligned, it has
to be open and realign.
are many other possibilities. But if it was working right up till now and
suddenly this occurred then its shifter
assembly alignment issue.
i suggest you to refer these gear shift issues, which are mostly noticed. These
are direct links with appropriate solutions to
the specific problems of gear ****.
GEAR SHIFT ISSUES
Car is stuck in park and the shift will not move?
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