Q: Dodge Ram gear shifter will shift through gears but will not shift out of park. Pulled trans pan and linkage is good.

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I can shift through the gears but transmission Will not shift. Pulled trans pan and linkage Is good. Fluid was full and still can't get it out of park. What could be my issues and what test can I run to fully diagnose issue

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