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Originally Posted by Akila View Post
First thing to check is the shift rod, see if it had come loose & moved. Accessed from the rear of the front seats under the carpet on the top of the center tunnel.
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Also, those plastic bushing pieces that hold the shift rod in place are ticking time bombs just waiting to explode into a million tiny pieces from wear/tear/tunnel heat at the most inopportune time (just ask me how i know) making certain shifts (reverse, third) diffiuclt

First, check the shift rod alignment in the rear as above, then check out the bushings as well. If they look ok, you will then need to check the shifter lever bushings in front, as they may have exploded.

Does the shifter feel sloppier than ususal?
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