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42,300 miles and shifter will not move from parking. Car starts and everything is fine but for some reason I press the break and it does not release the shifter. Anyone have this problem ? i already bypass the lock shift next to the shifter like the manuel says but same results

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Yes, I have a 08 Rogue and have the same problem. At the Nissan dealer as we speak. They say the solenoid and shifter mechanism is all one unit and has to be replaced. Cost $761.60 parts and labor. The more I here on this site I don't think it is one unit. It sounds like you can replace the solenoid only. Any more thoughts??

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