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2000 lincoln continental transmission problem (check transmission)

The car clunks when it shifts, when putting it in park, the car has a lot of play, what needs to be done to the tranny to make it new again?? any idea what type of prices it would be to have the car serviced?

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Hi i presumme you mean the gear shift has a lot of play you need to get it adjusted or if parts worn replaced and check your boxes fliud level is correct when was the last time you had the boxes filters renewed if its been a while you need to change them yates210456

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You need to check your front CV joints and all you control arm bushing. also motor mounts

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