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Shifter cable guide released from mount

The guide for the shifter cable that guides the forward and backward cable (right cable) has come loose from the mount. when shifting forward the cable just bends instead of guiding in. how can i replace that mount without too much hastle?

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Won't shift out of park. I started the car as normal but when I moved the shifter from park to drive it felt really loose and then it wouldn't go anywhere when I gave it some gas. I then tried to put it...


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park lock out failure? some cars have park lock out defeat lever
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Hi, I'm not familiar with your car, but I copied the procedure below from autozone.com. Thanks for using FixYa!


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