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Tranny still engaged when moving back to Park, somtimes

Need to ask the experts on what is going on. I picked up a stock 2000 4x4 Ex in July. No mods are done (yet). I presume this is the 4R100.

Here is the problem- occasionally, when shifting from D or R back to P, it will still be engaged in either D or R. This doesn't happen all the time but enough that the wife and I are now double-checking to ensure it's in P whenever we stop. I have not had any shift problems at all. Any ideas what this may be? Is my tranny going? thanks jason
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Still engaged in park? If thats what you are saying you might just need to adjust the linkage.
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post #3 of 3 Old 12-26-2010, 04:41 AM
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Under the dash( you can see it with aflashlight), where the cable connects to the shifter, there are 2 torx bolts that loosen up. Put the vehicle in neutral set the brake and get you head in the floorboard. Reach up and wiggle the shifter, you can see where it's loose. Either tighten them or remove them and put locktight (best way) on the threads.
And please, let us know what the fix is!!!!
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