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There is clearly something wrong with the transmission. i dont know whether it is a matter of just the stick itself being broken or if it is just sticking in neutral. What should i do?

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The 'stick' may be getting loose or rusty. Replace or tighten as necessary underneath the car where it pivots.

If this is ok, then the transmission has a problem.

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