Q: Shift cable broken

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I believe my shift cable is broken. I cannot shift or crank my vehicle.

Unfortunately, the most common problem to that symptom is the automatic transmission needs replacing according to our database. I would recommend taking the car to a transmission specialist and have them look at the vehicle.

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