Q: Will my 99 Ford Explorer crank and neutral ?

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I'm in the process of having my linkage replace and my car will not go into park I need to drive it and I am wondering if it will crank in neuteral
My car has an automatic transmission.

Your vehicle should be able to crank the engine in park or neutral position.

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