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Old 02-27-2010, 04:36 PM   #61
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I was just reading through this thread and OMG finally an answer to my problem. My 95 Bonnie will NOT go into any gear at all. Same problem stated here but to the point now that no gear is registering. My boyfriend will be working on my rig and checking out the parking pawl rod. I hope that is the problem because my baby has been inactive for far too long. I don't have the money to take it in to a shop. :( Thank you for this post. I will be referring to it frequently as it helps a lot.
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I was just reading through this thread and OMG finally an answer to my problem. My 95 Bonnie will NOT go into any gear at all. Same problem stated here but to the point now that no gear is registering. My boyfriend will be working on my rig and checking out the parking pawl rod. I hope that is the problem because my baby has been inactive for far too long. I don't have the money to take it in to a shop. :( Thank you for this post. I will be referring to it frequently as it helps a lot.
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Does anyone know where I can buy this part?
I ordered one a couple weeks ago from Transmission Center Super Store but it has yet to arrive and they can't (or won't) give me a tracking # for some reason.

My car is stuck in park in all gears now and I want to fix it tomorrow. Hopefully I can find one and have it shipped overnight.

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