Q: Car stuck in neutral, shifter is in park.

asked by on December 28, 2015

Car does not shift out of neutral, even though the shifter is in park.

It sounds like your shifter cable may have come loose or may have broke. I would have your mechanic come out and inspect the car’s gear shifting problem.

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