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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yes go to the parts store and look in the HELP section, all of there stuff is in red pacjkaging, the package will tell you what it is, just look for the linkage retainer clip.
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
There is a plastic actuator stick under the shift knob. Remove the "horse shoe" clip from the shift knob and remove knob by pulling strait up. You can twist it right and left a very small amount to loosen the knob, but not much.
Once you have the shift knob removed you will see the plastic actuator stick. Push down on the stick and put shift lever in park. If that works, the shift knob or stick is worn out.
Let me know.
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
Check all fuses under the dash and hood with a 12 volts test light. If all okay, carefully remove sunroof switch and check for 12 volts. Check switch for continuity.
Posted on Jun 13, 2009
If the transmission is shifting and working properly it's not likely to be a bigger problem. However there is a strong chance that something is bent and if it is in the steering column (or console) there is a good chance that some of the linkage is white metal or pot metal and that could break at some point in the future. I would suggest at least a call to the dealer service department and tell them your story, see what they say. At least they should probably take a peek at your linkage, and take it from there. It easily could be something you could live with safely.
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
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