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Transmission linkage on 2002 evnoy sle

The linkage on my 2002 evnoy sle has come off I can replace but i might need a part to fix it

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  • bac1378 Jun 29, 2009

    it came off where the arm from the shifter attaches to metal changer on the transmission.

  • Mark Hamlin
    Mark Hamlin May 11, 2010

    Where did it come off?

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