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TIP Problem

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Last night when I started up the knob on the TIP shifter would not depress so I could not select D or anything else. After locking the wheel then unlocking and starting engine, the knob depressed and I was able to drive to town. Same thing happened when I tried to engage D after starting up only this time the locking of the wheel and subsequent restart did nothing. Knob was still locked solid. Came back to car after a few minutes, started and knob depressed and I drove home. Any ideas on this one?

'02 2.7 Tip


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Do you use your parking brake? I used to not use mine and I noticed when parking on a incline/decline, when shifting out of park there was a slight tugging sensation before it would shift out of park, the tugging sensation was a lot harder the steeper the incline. Not the case when I use my parking brake, so now I always use it.

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