Question about 2004 Isuzu Rodeo
When they replaced the clutch, they may have removed the transmission and disconnected the shift linkages. When it was re-assembled, I would suspect that one of the linkage components was not re-connected correctly. If the work was done in a shop I would recommend having a friendly chat with the owner/manager about resolving the problem. Odds are they should be very good about it. If you and some buddies did it in the back yard, it's back on the jacks and check the linkages.
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