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Why would you be able to shift your 91 Ford Bronco between neutral and reverse but not into park?

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2005-11-06 22:51:03
2005-11-06 22:51:03

A lot of vehicles require that the brake pedal be pressed. Another one if shift lever is on column is that you have to pull up on lever; if on the floor should be a push button or a pull lever or just the requirement to press on brake pedal. Otherwise a problem with the linkage.

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