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I left mine alfa romeo 147 in reverse and swithed my car off. now it will not swith back on. due to the position of the gear box.im unable to swith it back to N position.

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  • medi7 Jul 26, 2008

    i left mine alfa romeo 147 in reverse and swithed my car off. now it will not swith back on. due to the position of the gear box.im unable to swith it back to N position.need urgent help.

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Oh hey mate i had the same prob just do what the answer said before me, ull find the hole i rekon ur a smart chap. have fun and good luck with the car and the mises

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  • jonn0 Jul 26, 2008

    hey Bear u fixd it yer? luv Jonno

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There should be a button somewhere around the gear shift. The button is there so that you can shift out of park when the engine is not running and it wont be obvious that this is what it is for. You will probably have to press it with a screwdriver. When it is fully depressed the gear shift should move.

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