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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
generally the first place I would look is under the hood at the linkage on the transmission. it's has a lever with a bracket for the cable.generally the hard shifting is due to a poor adjustment where the lever does not travel as far as it should. first step is to remove the cable from the shifter bar. then move the shifter bar to the park position manually. you will notice you will have to loosen the jam nut for the cable this will allow you to move the cable into the right adjustment. once you have done the adjustment tighten down the jam nut and rehook the cable to the shifter bar you will find that you can shift into park more easily... please rate
Posted on Oct 05, 2008
The transmission probably needs a basic maintenance,try changing the transmission filter and fluid,this may clear the problem right up.Check the fluid t see if its a reddish brown color and cloudy,if it is its time to be changed.
Posted on May 17, 2009
Try adjusting the air-feul mixture or just turn the idle up a little bit. For either of these there would be a screw adjustment near carb
Posted on Oct 21, 2009
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