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On that van, like many other GM front-wheel-drive vehicles, the shift cable goes through a bracket on the transmission to the linkage( the little metal arm). Where the cable connects to the linkage, there is a ball stud. It takes quite a bit of force to disconnect the cable from that. If it became disconnected at that ball without any other outside influence, the shift cable may need to be replaced. You can try pushing the plastic end of the shift cable back on to that ball stud ,it should click into place.
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If you can, raise the car up in the air and maybe unhook the shift linkage off the transmission, and see if the metal piece that sticks out of the transmission that the shift linkage attaches to is free and clear, and then see if the linkage will make that shifting lever go all the way from one end of range to the other.
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Starting from inside the car, you have the shift level. This is whatallows you to change gears. This goes through the floor and connects to a shift quadrant. Linkage then runs from the shift quadrant to the transmission by means of shift linkage.

The linkage usually has while plastic balls that help connect the linkage to the top or side of the transmission.

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You need to have the linkage adjusted. Over time, the linkage can go out of adjustment. If this is a column shift car the mechanical linkage may have shifted from hitting a bump or such. Hope this helps, let me know if I may be of further assistance.
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