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So I just got in my mustang today, and when I went to put the car into drive I heard a small snap sound and my gear shift lever wont shift into any gears. The lever can move to each gear but there is no resistance that that is usually there to show that it is going into gear. The shifter just glides back and forth.
Right now the car is just stuck in park. Any ideas?
btw the mustang only has 20,000 miles on it and it was never in a crash
If it's an automatic, there is a little plastic piece that breaks where the notches under the shifter cover are. I can't remember exactly how I got around it but it wasn't hard. It seems like it had something to do with the neutral safety and the brake lockout. My brain has been useless today, if I can remember the details, I'll repost.