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1997 expedition: there a way to adjust the shifter linkage..park

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is there a way to adjust the shifter linkage on a 1997 expedition. I cant get it to go into park
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Ford
Expert:  Brian replied 6 years ago.
Yes there is an adjustment but it normally doesn't go out of adjustment, what usually happens is the shift lever becomes loose at the base of the steering column. If you look up under the dash, just above the steering column there is a bracket that holds the shift cable, there are (2) torx bolts that come loose allowing the shift cable to float around, they are a torx bolt, size 30, check to see if these are loose and let me know.
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