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Instructions & repair for dodge intrepid 2000 shifter cable

Took the car to a transmission shop, it wasnt the transmission. The mechanic said that it was either the shifter cable or link . the cars gears dont go in park and reverse. It feels like something is blocking the gears. Need to get more info on the parts and instructions. thankyou.

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  • Anonymous Nov 13, 2008

    The shifter just goes up and down without going into gear. What do I do. It won't start now because when I turned it off I it was in Low gear. I could not get it to go into any other gear so I turned it off.

  • Anonymous Mar 25, 2014

    The gears are off by one

  • Anonymous Mar 27, 2014

    replaced clutch cable, 2 days later my car would not shift into gear. the shifter does not even feel like its moving anything

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It's the shifter cable for sure. $15 + shipping from Moparpartsamerica.com

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