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2006 Dodge Charger won't shift out of park

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Old 10-11-2014, 09:16 PM
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Cost was $152. The mechanic only had to buy a kit and not the whole drive shaft so luckily I was back on the road right away. This part broke without any warning. Glad I was parked in my driveway and not someplace totally inconvenient like late at night in a store parking lot.
 
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Do you think they will replace the shift lever since it was just worked on 2 months ago?
You can have a look at blmall.com to get some info about chargers. Ah, $409.00...
You might want to spend a little extra money.
 
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Old 04-07-2016, 03:47 PM
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I fixed mine with a rivet:



 
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Originally Posted by TNtech View Post
I knew there were replacements, but when you need to get the car
moving that day, had to MacGyver it. If it breaks again, I will probably
get that one, but I did find one for half that. Not Billet, but much cheaper.
I put less than 5K a year on it now that I have three other vehicles. I was
using it for work, but the fuel was killing me, so I went with a TDI, much
better.

What was irritating was it broke right after replacing the TCM. Took it for
a test ride, parked, then the next day, it broke...
 
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Only reason I new about the metal ones was because I troll around in the SRT Forum site from time to time.
 
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Old 04-09-2016, 07:15 PM
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I was told about it too, over at lxforums. Good idea and all, but
as I said, needed to get a fix in right away. A friend of mine was
supposed to come test drive the car, he works on the rivers repairing
locks, all over the country... He has to work 7-days a week all month,
so he can't make it for a while, now...
 
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Old 08-27-2018, 08:38 PM
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Hoping someone here can help me. Iíve already replaced the pink thingie. (Shift interlock). Iím trying to figure out what that cable in the left (drivers side is called). Pretty sure thatís my problem now.
 
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Old 09-03-2018, 11:48 AM
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I'm really not that mechanically inclined to answer the question, but I have a 2006 Dodge Magnum Hemi and in 2012 I had to have it towed in because the vehicle would not shift out of park. I called the Chrysler Customer Care helpline and opened up a complaint with them. I don't think they ever made it a recall although there were several hundreds to thousands that had this issue based upon my research. I was able to get assistance through Chrysler on the payment services. It was towed to a dealership. The ticket stated, installed 68091341AA: Shifter Transmission. Found the shifter defective and will need to be replaced. Installed new shifter assembly.
 

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