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tranny shift lever adjustment

I need to know how to adjust my shift lever to get the gears lined up. My shift lever is very sloppy and it doesn't always go into park. I a few time I have jumped out with it running and it starts to take off. Or when I go to start I really have to shift it hard to park for it to start. I know under the dash is a little roll dial that adjust the orange indicatior bar in the dash. that has been broken for years and never really bothered me. I always just counted the posistions and new were it was. Does this have anything to do with the actuall ****ing of the lever? Any help would be great

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under neath the steering column, theres two torx head screws that need to be tightened up. they arent super easy to get to, but you can see them with a flashlight. tighten them up and you should see a huge difference. I have had to do that to mine.

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