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Old 07-30-2011, 02:54 PM   #1
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The black wire for my connector at the bottom of the shifter came loose. I think that'* the reason why my car won't start because it can't registered it in park or any gears. Here'* a pic to show what i'm talking about. The grey connector at the bottom of the black tube by the bolt had a purple and black wire in it. The black one came loose. How do i access the connector so i can put the wire back in???

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it was for a bulb that lights my gear position
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