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Old 07-05-2006, 07:32 PM Rookie

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I have a 1997 f250 I have noticed that when a put it in gear it some times goes past drive and lands between drive and second gear it doesn't land straight on the drive mark and when you put it in reverse it sometimes lands in Neutral,is there a ajustment for this. Thanks
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Old 07-05-2006, 07:37 PM

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there is an adjustment under the column. there will be a white piece bolted to the bottom of the colum with a black spiked wheel. put the truck in drive and adjust it till its centered....

that said, usually the problem is that piece is broken, that is why most wont stay in the appropriate is called a Prindle (park reverse, neutral, drive, low= prndl....or prindle) is servicable by itself if its broken......Marc
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