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Transmission linkage Where can I get a drawing or photo of an internal view of a 95 dodge neon sport transmission linkage. I pulled the linkage up to far and now the gears do not line up inside the car on the automatic gear shift. Is it also out of alignment internally?

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Did you take the linkage right off at the transmission ? If not, then don't !! The shaft can drop down & something internally happens, that requires removal of pan etc to put it back.

Posted on Sep 01, 2008

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    Jerry Jun 03, 2010

    This very thing happened to me; during an engine swap the eclip had been taken off and the transmission would no longer shift! I've written a tip that describes how to fix the problem if it happens to you:http://www.fixya.com/support/r5010967-fi...

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