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Old 03-07-2013, 11:07 AM
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you may be correct, shift linkage may need adjusting, sometimes the rubber bushings that are intergral to the shift linkages fall out. If your car is starting in park it may not be the NSS , but rather not enough travel in the linkage. 'Because you made adjustments to your linkage you now have two possible issues. Eliminate them one at a time
You may need to get under the car to fully appreciate how the shifting works as it relates to the NSS
The NSS sits along side the tranny as does some /most of the adjustments for the shift travel
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