Question about Chrysler 300
First thing to check is if your transmission level is filled up to the maximum level. Next thing to check is if the plastic park lockout is broken in the shifter area. Open the plastic cover around the shifter and spray some WD-40 all around the shift linkage as the problem could be a sticking part in the mechanism. If nothing broken there then you will need to replace the internal pump or the transmission modular in the transmission becasue it can go bad when you run the vehicle low on fluid
Posted on Jun 08, 2010
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