Question about 1994 Mercury Villager
Don"t know about a shifter cable but if you problem is a loose shift lever that will not engage the proper choice(R D N 2) your problem is most likely a loose or missing bolt on the shift mechanism under the dash. Did you find a gold colored bolt on the driver side floor? If you did this is the one of the shift mechanism's bolts. Get under the dash with a flashlight and move the **** lever. You will then see the shift mechanism move. The mechanism has two bolts. If both are visible thighten them securley. If one is missing replace it. The culprit is usually the right bolt(sitting in driver seat or left if you are looking up under the dash. I was told that the problem was a defective shift cable but that was not the problem.
Posted on Jan 30, 2011
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