Manual Transmission Column Shift problem is a common vehicle problem that happens to most car brands and models. The following is a sample list of Manual Transmission Column Shift problems reported in most popular vehicles.
Vehicle identification number (VIN): 1GNEK13T0Y_. My 2000 Chevrolet Tahoe was up on a ramp and I was checking the brake pedal on my truck. The column shifter was on p position and the keys were off the ignition. My lower body was outside of the vehicle and as I was checking inside the brake pedal the vehicle started rolling back on its own off the ramp. The driver door pulled down the pole from the back porch as it was backing up and shut back hitting my knee and injured it. I have a bruised left shoulder and back pain. My knee is badly swollen. I was able to limit the damage by pressing the brake pedal otherwise the door would have hit the second pole holding the back porch and it would have collapsed altogether. I incurred damage on my back porch; my vehicle. After that incident I found out that the atc fuse somehow blew when I was underneath: the 4wd indicator was not lit up at all, while it was set in 2hi the whole time. It had somehow switched to neutral on its own when the fuse blew. When I replaced the fuse the light went back to the 2hi position. The column shifter was on p the whole time even after it rolled. This incident is extremely serious and requires a recall because this problem could cause extensive injury or death in case this fuse fails in other circumstances. I would like to be contacted by gm to fix the issue and compensate for all the damages. It was Saturday, November 16, 2013 when this manual transmission column shift issue happened.
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The car was a 2009 Chevrolet Malibu. Bought vehicle new 01/09, 3 mon. Later received letter from gm citing recall for transmission shift cable, took vehicle to dealer and they replaced. Recall id # 78844 - power train:automatic transmission:lever and linkage:column shift no problems with vehicle until 12/12 driving on interstate at approx. 50 mph vehicle began to shift hard/eratic with rpm gage going to 6-7 before vehicle would shift/accelerate, check engine, abs, check tire pressure lights all came on. Called onstar was told there nothing indicated on diagnostics report and to contact gm. Contacted gm was told there was another recall on my vehicle for recall id # 94402 - power train:automatic transmission:gear position indication (prndl). Took vehicle to dealer, dealer said they could not replicate problem I was having and would not have parts until late Jan. To fix recall if that was in fact the issue. Told by delear that eratic shifting is a normal problem with those vehicles. On 4/2/13 car will not go in park completely and ignition will not turn to "off" position, cannot remove key from ignition. Contacted gm was told there were no active recalls on my vehicle because original recall from 2009 fixed the shift cable and replacement part was only covered by gm for 12 months. Gm said second recall was not attached to VIN# and therefore my vehicle was not affected although gm rep and dealer verified it was in Nov 2012. Gm said to take to dealer and get diagnostic report and they would go from there but issue would probably not be covered if it has something to do with shift cable because warranty of 12 mon. On replacement parts has expired. If gm knows there is a continuous problem with this make/model and this component then it should be covered regardless. How many times should you have to take vehicle in for same set of issues. If gm does not own this problem I will never buy a gm vehicle again!. This problem occurred on Thursday, November 1, 2012.
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The vehicle is a 2006 Chrysler 300. The VIN of the car is 2C3LA53G96_. Car would start fine, but wouldn't come out of park. Found out that the sift lockout broke (pink plastic piece). This problem occurred on Aug. 7, 2011.
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The vehicle was a 1998 Chrysler town and country. Tranmission problems, stuck in 2nd gear. This issue happened on Sun., Jul. 4, 2004.
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The vehicle having this issue was a 2002 Dodge Durango. --- please--- NHTSA needs to expand recall notification to cover more vehicles. I have 2 Durangos, both have same problem described in recall notification # 69542. Dodge customer care hotline claims both of my vehicles (VIN 1b4hs48n82f161343 and 1b4hs38n82f183241) are not covered by this recall. Both of my vehicles exhibit same conditions described in recall notification. Recall id # 69542 - power train:automatic transmission:lever and linkage:column shift-- recall date: Dec 04, 2007-- model affected: 2002 Dodge Durango summary: vehicles equipped with automatic transmissions, the ignition/park shift interlock system may become inoperative. This can allow the shifter to be moved out of the "park" position with the ignition key removed (or in the "lock" position). This can also allow the ignition key to be removed when the shifter has not been placed in the "park" position. Consequences: either of these conditions could allow the vehicle to roll away causing a crash without warning. The failure date was Tuesday, Apr. 2, 2013.
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The vehicle identification number (VIN) of this Dodge Dakota is 1B7GG16X22_. Tl- consumer has a 2002 Dodge Dakota. The contact stated that after parking and exiting the vehicle, the vehicle rolled away into a busy street. The contact was able to recover the vehicle without incident. The vehicle was not diagnosed by an independent mechanic or a dealer. The contact was informed of the recall for the failure under NHTSA campaign id number: 07v555000 (power train:automatic transmission:lever and linkage:column shift). The manufacturer was notified but offered no assistance. The vehicle was not repaired. The failure and current mileage was 100,233. Kmj. It was 06/27/2012 when this manual transmission column shift issue happened.
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Tl- the reporting person owns a 2002 Ford Explorer. While parked the contact noticed it became difficult to shift gears. The vehicle was also slipping gears while driving at any speed. The vehicle was taken to the dealer for diagnostic testing three different times. The technicians were unable to diagnose the failure. There was a investigation under NHTSA action number: ea09013 (power train:automatic transmission:lever and linkage:column shift steering:column steering:column locking:anti-theft device power train:automatic transmission:gear position indication (prndl)) that may be related to the failure. The vehicle was not repaired. The VIN was not available. The approximate failure mileage was 146,000. Da. The failure date was February 15, 2012.
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The car was a 2003 Ford Taurus. The transmission is defective in this car. It has been flushed and is full of fluid. From the beginning I could actually put the column shift between gears. Not what it's supposed to do. The salesman assured me that it was not a problem. The transmission overheats and shifts rough when hot. Last month after driving on the highway for 1/2 hour to get to work, I got off the exit and had to wait at a light. The car refused to shift for several minutes after the light changed. I was almost rear-ended. Two weeks ago the same thing happened. A car came around the corner and just missed me as I was stuck in the middle of the road. There have been numerous complaints about this transmission and it is so bad it even has its own facebook page. I work part-time and have a long commute. I now can only drive backroads at low speeds to make sure my car will shift. And I do not have money for a new transmission. I can't drive to other cities for job interviews. I understand Ford was aware of the problems with this transmission and did nothing to rectify the problem. The car needs a recall. This manual transmission column shift problem happened on May. 1, 2012.
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The vehicle involved is a 2003 GMC Yukon xl denali. The vehicle identification number (VIN) of the car was 1GKFK66U73_. When the vehicle's ignition is in the accessory position the transmission can be shifted into reverse, neutral, drive, etc. Without the brake pedal being pressed. My 3 year old was sitting in my lap in the drivers seat in a parking lot listening to the radio in accessory mode he pulled the gear selector down into neutral and the car began to roll. Thinking that this was not possible, I took the vehicle into the dealership. Their reply, "OH that's weird, I didn't know it would do that". No fix, just, "we will look into it". This problem occurred on Nov. 25, 2004.
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The vehicle having this issue was a 2007 GMC Envoy 360. Crash was involved with the GMC Envoy 360. On October 20 the 2007 I purchased a 2007 Envoy SUV from ramey Ford in tazewell va. On October 27, 2007 I had backed into my drive way put the vehicle in park had the keys in my hand and walked around the vehicle to get my daughter out of the car seat. This is when I noticed that the vehicle was rolling I then jumped in the passenger side door and tried to stop the vehicle before I could stop the vehicle we (my daughter and I) were over a five-foot rock wall into the bushes my father stood there and watched the whole accident. My legs were hanging out of the vehicle I was very bruised up. Thank god that my daughter had not been unbuckled from her car seat. After my father checked to see if we were okay I handed my father the keys and he moved the vehicle the gear shifter was pushed all the way to the dash in the park position ( I have pictures) the dash lights were reading park but the vehicle would move as though it was in drive. After moving the vehicle the keys would not come out of the ignition. When I wrecked and moved the vehicle there was sand everywhere on the scene from the vehicle it was like beach sand. My question is why did the keys come out of the ignition if the vehicle was not in park and now that the keys are in the ignition you can drive the vehicle in the park position and the keys will not come out?????. The failure date was Oct. 27, 2007.
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The car is a 2002 Acura 3. 2tl. The vehicle identification number (VIN) of this Acura 3. 2tl is 19UUA56682_. Consumer vehicle is not shifting properly. Consumer states' that when traveling between second and third gear the vehicle vibrates. Took to dealer and dealer replaced transmission. Ts. This issue happened on October 7, 2002.
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The car was a 2001 Acura Mdx. Crash happened when the problem occurred. VIN of the vehicle was PLEASE PRO_. Consumer states that the shift lever does not lock into place when the vehicle is in park. There was a child who was in the vehicle while the vehicle was turned off and the child was able to move the lever into reverse and the vehicle ran into a house before it came to a complete stop. Mr. This manual transmission column shift issue occurred 09/04/02.
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The vehicle having this issue was a 1999 Honda Civic. The vehicle identification number (VIN) is 2HGEJ661XX_. Intermittently gear shift will shift. Dealer has inspected vehicle. Please provide further details.
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The vehicle was a 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee. Upon being towed by motor home, steering wheel locked up three different times, causing premature wear of tire tread. Consumer has contacted dealer. The front of vehicle has about 1/2 degree camber and dealer stated there is nothing that can be done except to change the entire axle and that would either make problem worse or stay the same. Consumer states that he puts the transfer case in neutral and the transmission in park whenever towing vehicle, however on several occasions the steering wheels were found in locked position causing severe damage to the tires, consumer states that vehicle had been towed 40000 miles before this problem started occurring, on one occasion consumer states he had a difficult time getting steering lock to release and found the wheels were cocked about 10 or 15 degrees to the right and the front tire was in shreads, even the steel cord was torn, possible interlock system failure causing locking and wear of tires and axle being out of alignment. Consumer states sometimes while driving in 4-wheel drive, there is ajerking and roughness in turns on dry pavement, dealer stated this was the way the vehicles were designed. Air conditioner freezes up and soaks the carpets, vehicle needed new a/c module and complete new carpets. The failure date was Saturday, Jun. 13, 1998.
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The vehicle having this issue was a 2002 Land Rover Freelander. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) was SALNY22262_. On two separate occasions, one days after my car was cleared for a second time by a Land Rover dealer. My car went into 'limited perfomance mode' while I was commuting to work. . . . I was in the high speed lane and the middle lane and my car would not accelerate about 20 mph. I had to call 911 on the second occasion as it happened because I was in the merge of 2 highways in the evening. My car also had downshifting problems where the downhill decent control would come on out of nowhere causing my car to buck forward and drop down to second gear. The dealership again said that is could not be duplicated 3 times before they finally found something and then it kept happening anyway. My transmission let go on the highway at just over 60k miles and then my engine lining shifted spewing oil only about 2 months after. The dealerships are well aware of the poor quality of these vehicles and yet, they sell and re-sell them to the unsuspecting consumers. I have a lawyer and will be suing lr for everything I can, including lost wages, emotional and physical distress, and anything else that can be tied into my two year nightmare. I strongly suggest you get these vehicles off the road before someone gets killed. Thank you. This problem occurred on Friday, January 27, 2006.
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The car was a 2003 Lincoln Navigator. Dealership replaced the motor and the computer of driver's seat that was too loose and moved back and forth while driving, causing a distraction to the consumer. 6 months later, consumer experienced the same problem. The vehicles brakes squeaked, the door panel was loose, the side mirror motor failed. There was a rattling noise coming from the rear center console and there was a loud humming noise from the passenger dash in cold weather. The gear shifter broke while driving. The original windshield wiper left a black smear on the window when it rained which made it difficult to see. The front door molding warped. The consumer no longer wasn't the vehicle and has requested a refund. This issue happened on Jul. 6, 2004.
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The car is a 2000 Lincoln Continental. Consumer was unable to take the vehicle out of the shift parking gear, causing the vehicle to be non drivable. This manual transmission column shift problem happened on August 21, 2003.
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Consumer owns a 2002 Mercury Mountaineer. The contact stated that the gears failed and would not shift from the park position intermittently. The vehicle had not been inspected or repaired. The contact believed the column shift to be the cause of the failure. The failure mileage was approximately 90,000. The VIN was unavailable. Updated 01/26/118lj
updated 02/11/11. It was Oct. 1, 2008 when this manual transmission column shift issue happened.
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The vehicle was a 2004 Mercury Grand Marquis. There was crash involved with this problem. The VIN of the problem Grand Marquis is 2MEFM75W94_. My car a Mercury grand-marquis(2004), on October 14,2004 almost caused to my wife and myself a tragedy. In my own home, the car failed in transmission to go rear, instead went forward into my backyard,crashed against a tree and went into a lake in my property. As a result the car was towed to alan Ford in bloomfield hills,mi for rapaired with damages over $14. 000. I made the a complain by phone to the NHTSA and promissed a leter peply which nevr happened and folow up calls it was informed to me that there was never a record of my call. This manual transmission column shift issue occurred Thursday, Oct. 14, 2004.
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The vehicle having this issue was a 1998 Mitsubishi Montero Sport. The VIN of this vehicle is JA4MT31P2W_. On July 2002, at 65,378 miles dealer replaced the manual transmission. 2 year later, dealership indicated to the consumer the transmission needed to be replaced again. It was Monday, March 15, 2004 when this manual transmission column shift issue happened.
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The vehicle involved is a 2004 Nissan Titan. The contact was driving 10 mph when the brake warning light illumined just as the brakes seized. The contact was able to move off the roadway where the brakes independently released. The vehicle was taken to a local mechanic who stated that the power train column shift assembly needed to be replaced. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was contacted and stated that the vehicle was not included in NHTSA campaign id number: 04v408000 (power train). The failure mileage was 110,000 and the current mileage was 140,000. This problem occurred on Thu., Aug. 25, 2011.
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The vehicle involved is a 2005 Nissan Titan. Column shifter causes damage to wiring harness of the manual mode transmission button. When shifting vehicle into drive, column hits wiring harness, and over time causes wiring to the transmission manual mode button to break. Once this breaks, there is no means to down shift vehicle, causing a hazard especially when traveling roads where there are elevation changes. Was able to determine the cause of the manual mode button failure by researching Nissan Titan forums (club Titan and Titan talk). Upon removing steering column shroud immediately noticed chaffing of the wiring harness, and the broken wire. Contacted Nissan, was given file number 6550464, Nissan was not concerned with this issue due to the age (currently 4 years) of the vehicle. It was Aug. 25, 2008 when this manual transmission column shift issue happened.
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The car was a 1998 SAAB 900. VIN of the vehicle was YS3DF75N1W_. There is no interlock on manual transmission to prevent the car starting in gear. Dealer cannot duplicate the problem. The failure date was 11/01/1997.
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The vehicle having this issue was a 2003 SAAB 9-3. My SAAB has had a litany of problems since I have owned the car. It all started with little items. Ignition wouldn't start the car. Head lights burnt out. Dash peeling, door handles discoloring, emergency brake getting stuck and being able to operate my car. Engine warning light because my gas cap wasn't on correct. Steering wheel locking while I was driving. Wheel lock light remaining on while I was driving. Brakes replaced due to factory retro fit. Seat belts being recalled. Computer constantly needing to be replaced so the car would function. Electronic key failing so I couldn't start my car. My car is a 5 speed and the shifter handle has an continues to come off in my hand. A minimum of 3 fuses needing to be replaced. The dash board goes blank at times showing no functions of the car. Window wouldn't go up or down and required the regulator to be replaced. Erractic idle. Service engine light comes on but, dealer doesn't know why. Brakes needed to be replaced at 30,000 miles and rotors too. This issue happened on 06/17/05.
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The car was a 2002 Saturn Vue. The VIN of this vehicle was 5GZCZ23D62_. When shifted from reverse to first gear, the shifter had broken. Ts there had been a chatter in the shifter when the clutch was released, also when the gas was applied, sometimes causing a surge in the first gear. The dealer stated the shift cable and adjuster had broken. Scc. It was 01/14/02 when this manual transmission column shift issue happened.
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My wife's '98 Saturn Sl1 has approximately 80,000 miles on it. About a week ago, she was no longer able to shift out of 1st gear. After taking the center console out, I noticed that a rubber grommet that attached the shift rod to the shift cables had rotted and broken in half. Normally, this should have been very easy to replace. A new grommet could very easily be popped in with around 1/2 hour of work. When I approached the local Saturn dealers, they said they did not have the . 50 cent grommet available, and that the entire shifter cable would have to be replaced (there is nothing wrong with the cables themselves). The person working there said they have to replace the whole cables very often. Total cost for the cables and labor is around $600. They do not sell the grommet seperately. Getting suspicious, I went on the internet to research the problem. This manual transmission column shift problem happened on Fri., Jul. 30, 2004.. Read more...
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The car involved is a 2003 Subaru wrx. While accelerating vehicle started making loud noise and would not gain any speed. Vehicle was serviced, technician noticed that transmission needed to be replaced.
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The vehicle identification number (VIN) is 5TBBT44104_. Automatic transmission column shift problem of the 2004 Toyota Tundra Toyota Tundra. There is a serious problem with the steering column housing support. After starting the vehicle and subsequently attempting to shift the gear into reverse , the gear shift lever broke free at the steering column. I was able to stop the vehicle. Able to park the vehicle, but was unable to shift into any other gear. The consumer stated it appeared the cast aluminum components supporting the transmission shift lever appeared to be flawed. There is only 81 thousand on this truck. Unsafe !!!!!!!!! thank god it didn't break at 65 mph ! but it could have !. This manual transmission column shift issue occurred Dec. 16, 2013.
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The car is a 2011 Toyota Tundra. I have a 2011 Tundra sr5 with a loud clicking noise that has been coming from the steering column near the shift lever. While in park, the brake pedal must be pressed in order to shift the truck into gear. When I press the brake pedal, a loud click can be heard from the column shifter. This is the column shift lockout solenoid and is normal. However, recently I can hear the solenoid clicking anytime I depress the brake pedal while I'm in gear. Sometimes it is a click, two clicks and sometimes it is series of rapid clicks. I have taken the truck to the dealer twice. The first time I was told the clicking was normal while in park and that they could not duplicate it while in gear. The second time I took it to the dealer, they "blew out the excess grease" from the shift lock. Their best explanation is that the column shift lock solenoid comes from the factory as a sealed unit and is packed with grease. The 'excess' grease can keep the locking arm from fully retracking or engaging and the solenoid will chatter because it is trying to put it into position. This manual transmission column shift problem happened on Mon., Dec. 3, 2012.
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The car is a 2003 Volkswagen Jetta. On four separate occasions, my car's manual transmission shifted out of gear . The first incident occurred July 7, 2003 when the car stopped moving in the middle of an intersection. This was "repaired". The second incident occurred when I was trying to shift the car into drive - it actually was in neutral (despite the indicator stating drive) and I rolled back in the parking lot. I needed to bring it it, again, because the problem persisted. The third time it would actually go into reverse, instead of park. When I tried to park the vehicle I had to park it in "reverse". I while I was driving it it shifted from drive into neutral. It is in the shop for the 3rd time. It has under 4000 miles on it. It was Jul. 7, 2003 when this manual transmission column shift issue occurred.
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The vehicle was a 1998 Volkswagen Jetta. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) is 3VWRB81H8W_. Gear shift failed causing second gear to be hard to engage. It was Sunday, March 1, 1998 when this manual transmission column shift issue happened.
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2001 Buick Lesabre/transmission tore up 2007/I have talked with several other people and they told me that this should not have happened. I have always had my car serviced regularly/complete service everytime/all fluids. I have had to have it rebuilt at a cost of $1200. 00. A car such as this is not considered to be old at today's standards and for a transmission to tear up completely-to say the least I have questions. This manual transmission column shift issue occurred Thursday, April 5, 2007.
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The car involved was a 2002 Jaguar X-type. The consumer states these are problems that have come about in the short time that the vehicle has been in possession, and they are as followed: the replacement of a faulty gear selector lever, the replacement of the entire drive shaft. The differential was completely replaced in July, and replaced again in October. This was done to get rid of the vehicles high pitched whining noise that remains even after the second replacement.
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The vehicle is a 2000 Jaguar S-type. VIN of the vehicle was SAJDA01C2Y_. I parked 2000 S-type Jaguar on hill and due to faulty shifter, the gear shift became jammed in park . I called Jaguar assistance & was told I should have pulled up the handbrake before I placed my car in park. I asked if this was in the owner's manual & was told no. They also said I could have gotten someone to push the car from the back & it would have popped into gear. By this time I am appalled to find that the customer must go through all of this agony to get a luxury car into gear! obviously, they have thoroughly researched methods to correct this problem after it occurs. This lead me to question if a recall had ever been done to correct this defect that is prevalent in 2000 S-types or if a letter has been sent to the customers explaining there are special procedures that one must follow to prevent your jag from being stuck in park on a hill. I was never notified or informed that I must pull up the handbrake before I place the car in park. It is not fair to place the burden of fixing this problem upon the customer. Whether I parked on a hill or on a flat level, my car should go into gear with no problem. Before I could give the make & model of my car they asked if it was a 2000 S-type & I said yes. Jaguar roadside assistance & the customer relations department stated that they get these calls frequently regarding 2000 S-types becoming jammed into gear. I asked if a recall had been done & they said no. I had my car towed to Jaguar & they called to notify that it would cost me, the customer $661. 00 to repair my car. I mailed a letter to Jaguar customer relations stating it was no fault of mine that the car became jammed into park & was informed that since my car is no longer under warranty, Jaguar will not pay for the repairs. A warranty is irrelevant when this is a prevalent problem in this model. I have done research & spoke other Jaguar services here & was told the shifters are faulty in these models and a recall should have been done. It was 07/11/03 when this manual transmission column shift issue occurred.
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|Problem Category||Number of Problems|
|Automatic Transmission problems||
|Power Train problems||
|Transmission Failure problems||
|Transmission Gear Slipping problems||
|Differential Unit problems||
|Automatic Transmission Torque Converter problems||
|Automatic Transmission Park/neutral Start Switch problems||
|Manual Transmission problems||
|Transmission Noise problems||
|Automatic Transmission Control Module problems||
|Transmission Not Go Into Gear problems||
|Axle Assembly problems||
|Power Train Driveline problems||
|Transfer Case problems||
|Transmission Fluid Leaking problems||
|Noises During Shifting problems||
|Transmission Slip Out Of Gear problems||