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1994 Ford explorer

I need a diagrahm showing me how the gear linkage come from the stearing collom down to the transmission and tehn into the transmission and how it hooks up inside.

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Normally there is a rod down the steering column which has a lever in the engine compartment. The lever hooks to other rods that move the transmission's gear shift, which in turn in the inside hooks up to another lever which pushes the valve assemly to the right position so the the fluid moves through this valve assembly thus causing P R N D L In some cases there are 2 D's One is filled in in white. At least that is how I remember it, but will look at the manual tonight.

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