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Mitsubishi Lancer Ck2 indicates Neutral indicator while on drive, & putting in to gear jerk comes why?

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Is the indicator on the floor or on the dash?I know there was a wiring problem where the wires for it would rub through on the ac accumulator that is located under the air cleaner box.

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It may go on the end of the shifter shaft the best advise I can give is to lay under dash and have someone move the shifter and you should see something move that is missing the bolt becaus it pivots

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Check if ur axle in front is moving, if it is moving u got a LOOSE NUT on ur front wheel axle, some front wheel drives have tendency to loosen the nuts holding the axle to turn the wheel.It may also have a damage AXLE, let the mechanic check that! In ur transmission, modern automatic transmission have SLOENOiDS that acts to shift the FLUiD from one gear to another and its not FUNCTiONING. Better bring it to ur nearest dealer to check on that SOLENOiDS Most of the Transmissions today are electronically controlled!

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check tests in the FSM book yet?
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