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I have a 2000 isuzu rodeo. It will not shift into gear...I can move the floor shifter but it does not seem to be connected to anything...

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Your shifter cable has either come loose from the cam positioner on the tranny or the cable is rotted somewhere inside its housing.

Posted on Sep 07, 2009

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    cheric803 Jul 07, 2012

    is there some type of fastner or slip on clamp that holds the cable to the side bracket of the transmission? What do you mean by cam positioner?

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