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There is something lookalike Small blue motor under & behind the gear stick what is that???

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Hi Im AL the owner of Big As Auto Repair.

If you are talking about the motor that's mounted to the back of the gear shift housing, that is the release motor that allows you to take it out of park. If that motor has gone bad then you will not be able to take it out of park. If that's the case you'll need the gear shift assembly. For further assistance go here:

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