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After replacing the ignition lock cylinder on a 1989 Ford Bronco how do you fix an automatic transmission that will not shift?

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2008-02-28 05:54:32
2008-02-28 05:54:32

You replaced the ignition lock, and it will not shift out of park? If that is the situation, it sounds like the column is out of sync. More details are required to give a solid answer. A more common issue with these is the actuator rod in the column breaks. If you replaced the lock because it was turning hard and wasnt always cranking when turned, this may be your problem instead of the lock.

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