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How to move t-bar of auto trans. from park to neutral on mercedes c 200 1998 without ignition keys where is the override button thanks

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If there is a manual release for the shifter it will be on the back side. There may be a small opening with a little spring door on it right behind the shifter bezel. If there is just stick a pencil or a screwdriver in there to push the release tab down. If there is no little hole then you may have to pull off the shift wood trim to access the release tab.

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