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Went to park my Ford Edge in the driveway and it didn't go into park it started rolling. I couldn't start the car again either. What should I do?

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Put the selector in nuetral, and try to start it, if this doesnt wrork move the selector closer to drive and try again, it sound like your shift linkage/ cable is out of adjustment

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