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My 2001 ford explorer sport is having trouble going into parkand when i think it's in park it rolls backwards and makes a little grunting noise under the hood. And after a while when i get ready to crank it again it will not crank unless i put it in neutral what exactly needs to fixed in this mater?

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See youtube video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eo_GCeoZtrA there are two bolts under the steering colume that come loose!

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Need to go under the truck and adjust the cable at the transmission, put it in park and loosen the nut at the cable, and move shifter all the way to park.

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