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Upon my return from the end of town(left Thursday, earlier Sunday), mine 05 300 Touring refuses to shift out the park. Eliminated rubber cover, pressed pink(!) button, but it tho refuses. Drive to present location fine. No leaks under car.Help!:banghead:marty
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Common problem...search "pink thingy" or "park lock out" top top this forum.It"s not the pink lever that you have the right to see that is leading to the problem, but rather one more one the you cannot see till you remove and also disassemble the shifter.
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Upon my return from out of town(left Thursday, back Sunday), mine 05 300 Touring refuses to shift out that park. Gotten rid of rubber cover, pressed pink(!) button, but it still refuses. Drove to existing location fine. No leaks under car.Help!:banghead:marty
Sorry to hear this however it"s exceptionally common! Here"s a thread the will be able to answer all her questions and a couple of DIY links. Check out through the whole thing so you have the right to see the various options.http://www.centregalilee.com/forums/general-discussion/73268-park-lock-out-mechanism-installation.html
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Finally!!!
This repair has been done! Waited because that the ordered piece from BT, however it has actually not arrived together of yet. For this reason downloaded info to a portable tough drive, invited laptop, tools, and headed out to the parking lot-no the shade around. :scared:Only trouble was the heat-of food it would median over 100 degrees when I had actually to occupational on the car!at:at:using the malfunction found top top this site, it to be a straight forward job; it appears daunting, yet being careful doesn"t hurt!Once the piece arrives(probably when I"m back from vaykay), i"ll take the moment to placed it in.Thanks will certainly for your insight, :arms: say thanks to you to Bruno :arms: for letting me understand I was no alone, and also to Desiree for the create up :arms:-w/o which i may have lost a great repair shop(they had actually drained/flushed mine tranny on 6/23 and I originally though they to be at fault!).I far better do some much more perusing to uncover the various other "common" repairs, errrr, cheap cop-outs by Chrysler I have to be conscious of.marty