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What do you do when your 2000 Maxima sticks in park until you wiggle and force it down into what ever gear is needed?

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2010-07-11 16:55:13
2010-07-11 16:55:13

Try this, it worked for my 2000 Maxima, to the left of the floor shifter you'll see a small Silver cover that reads "Shift Lock" I used a small flat blade screwdriver to lift that Tab Off and then installed the screwdriver into the slot and lightly pushed down/I believe this unlocked the otherwise stiff feeling or locked shifter,Then just replace that Shift Lock cover, It worked for me

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