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My shift stick is stucked at park, i had to take the console off to push the lever down so i can change the gear, now i need new parts for that but I dont know what is it called

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Hi, you have a faulty shifter assembly. Request for a new shifter assembly...

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REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION Selector Lever —Floor Shift Removal and Installation
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