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Question my auto e40d shifting feels loose

it seems like the shifting is real loose sometime it looks like it is in park i think it is in park but its not so i have to push it farther to the left any ideas?
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it seems like the shifting is real loose sometime it looks like it is in park i think it is in park but its not so i have to push it farther to the left any ideas?
If your problem is what I'm thinking there are screws down at the bottom of the shift linkage that have worked loose. I've tightened mine twice now. (used loctite the second time) Just get under the dash and follow the shift linkage down to the floor. You'll see what I mean. Mine has torx head screws. Can't remember the size.

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Loose screws. Common problem.
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