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does thecar come out of and go back into park?
does park hold the car to keep it from moving?
have you checked the fluid?is it full of fluid?
ok..if you are sure the shifter is in fact mechanically shifting the transmission..
then,i do not see an easy fix for this one..
i also dont think the problem is electrical,but has an internal mechanical failier.
you need to take it to a transmission shop so that a mechanic can physically check it out.
from what you are telling me,,it sounds as if the transmission willneed to be rebuilt or replaced,,sorry
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you can get up under the car and just look at it to see if the shift lingage is shifting the shift lever of the transmission..
i would think if it is coming out of park with the shifrter to where the car will roll,and shift back into park to where it holds the car,that the shift lingage is working
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not really..as long as you are satisfied that the linkage is connected and the problem isnt the linkage..
if the problem isnt with the linkage,,then i think the transmission will need to be rebuilt or replaced..
that is why you may want to let a mechanic that can physically check it out to look at it