When i put my car in park my dash says reverse. When i want to reverse my dash says neutral and drive is my actualy my neutral. To drive i have to put it in drive 2

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Asked by Jun 01, 2014 at 12:23 AM about the Mercury Marquis

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No. There's a little indicator with a string that's broken. Just think of where you want to put the shifter and count the number of notches: Overdrive would be 3 from Park. Reverse would be 1 from park. To repair it will take a Pro a couple of hours. The part is cheap - Taking the Instrument Bezel and Steering Column cover apart is where the money comes in.

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Would it be easy to do it myself

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No. Not easy. Possible to do yourself? Yes.

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so : Tracy can have a sense of humour.....string indeed.

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Actually, I have an incredible sense of humor. It's just difficult for me to tolerate ignorance. I chose to use a terminology that would be more familiar to the layperson. Sorry you don't know the difference.

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Sorry, I take it back. You have zero sense of humour. I was trying to give you a compliment. Guess you and I will only ever agree to disagree.......10 - 69

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