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shift cable bracket?

2002 f-350 auto 4x4. My wife puts truck in park and it doesn't go into park so she shuts it down and blocks the tires and calls me. Upon arrival I got under the truck expecting a broken linkage ( although a "diesel mechanec" who lives nearby had begun to remove panels under the collum for me) and saw the cable had come down from its bracket right by where it connects to the arm that goes into the trans. I put it back in and it worked to go down the gears ( from p to r then to drive) but when trying to go back up it falls back out. My question is is there a clip or something im missing here? the cable looks to be ok . anyone had this happen? what is my fix. I can get pix tommorow but i think if anyone has had this happen they will know what I mean. Thanks in advance.

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yes there is a clip all you need to do is snap it back in fully. if the ears are broke just take some wire and wrap around the clip to hold it to the frame.
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Thanks buddy. I think iether the clip is missing or if its all in one then broken? going to the parts store or dealership tommorow(mon) and if I cant figure it out ill get some pics and pic your brain.Thanks

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wired it up. done deal the plastic clip had worn the ears off.

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