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My 2007 Range Rover will shift out of drive while braking or just driving. if i hold the handle in drive or select sport mode there is no problem.

While drive own the road my range rover will shift into neutral. It will also cause the D in the info center to disappear while i am braking. It will not always shift to neutral when i brake but does often. If i hold the selector handle in drive or put it into sport mode or manual shift mode there is no problem. It feels to me like the handle doesn't click into drive which allows the handle to slip forward. or is there an adjustment on the tranny that i need to look at. Thanks for the help

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I would be looking at an adjustment problem or a stuck dedent ball ( in the shift lever base)that is causing the problem

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