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I have a Peugot 406 Diesel estate (R), unable to engage any gears and gear lever loose and floppy. Can't drive the car at all. Any suggestions?

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Gear Linkage from the gear lever to the gearbox may have come off unless the lever goes directly into the top of the box

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