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99 wont shift in park

one of the guys i work with has a 99 xlt 3.0 2wd his truck will not shift into park it looks like its in park on the dash but its in reverse if you leave it there and turn it off it will let you pull out the key i told him i would ask on here and see if you guys had any ideas of what it could be and how to fix it
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Check up toward the forward end of the steering column. There's a U-clamp that holds the shift rod and the bolts sometimes get loose or may even fall out into the foot well. They are Torx head bolts, IIRC.
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Check up toward the forward end of the steering column. There's a U-clamp that holds the shift rod and the bolts sometimes get loose or may even fall out into the foot well. They are Torx head bolts, IIRC.
right on man he text me this morning and said there was a bolt on the floorboard
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