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chryslr300, V6, Humble, TX, January 01, 2010, 11:22
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Stuck in park, gear wont get out of park

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    January 01, 2010, 20:18
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    Make sure that your Brake Lights work ok, because it is the Brake Light Switch that triggers the Park Position Solenoid.

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    Visitor, June 01, 2010, 15:55

    watz up reagarding on my breaks light they do turn on but the gear break its still stuck

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    BrandyGail, June 08, 2010, 09:04
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    Same problem here... Same model, same year. Just happened today! Have you found a solution?

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    Visitor, June 08, 2010, 09:49

    Same here. Same model year 2006. It happened yesterday. Have you found the solution????

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    Visitor, June 10, 2010, 16:50

    Same problem. 2007 chrysler 300 stuck in park. This sucks!

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    Visitor, June 18, 2010, 14:56

    Same problem...2008 chysler sebring

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    Visitor, July 09, 2010, 10:37

    HEADS UP ALL this happened to me on the 4th of July. I have been doing battle with Chrysler and the dealer ship EVERY day since. I was just informed this morning that a notice was sent to dealers at 2:15 pm on July 8th that a recall is being made on 2007-2008 Chrysler Sebring and Dodge Avenger (possibly the 300 as well) because of this problem!

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    Visitor, July 12, 2010, 15:09

    how do i find this recall

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    Visitor, July 23, 2010, 19:18

    Did this recall ever come out. My 2008 Sebring just did the same thing today. Worked fine all day until I went to leave work. I have tried the brake lights, they are fine, but nothing is working.

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    Visitor, July 26, 2010, 16:06

    Update to recall--Round 2: Spoke with Chrysler today about the recall information I received, the girl didn't know anyting about it and said my money couldn't be refunded until I had a date of recall or the actual letter. She also said the dealerships are usually notified before they are so they can prepair for the "business" serge. Supposed to talk to service manager tomorrow! Will keep u updated.---First post July 9th

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    Kona Girl, August 02, 2010, 14:15
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    Got metal replacement part from Billet the other day, now just have to get the whole center taken apart to get the gear box out thats the hard part...When you buy the part they send you a step by step picture and word download...part and shipping around $56. PARK LOCK OUT MECHANISM. Had nothing to do with break lights.

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    Visitor, August 03, 2010, 08:24

    you tube shows you how to do it for the 300c. my wifes is stuck at work right now. until we find out where to tow it. my 300 has the same problem, but ive been hittin it with my fist and jerking it around. and it comes out. but my wifes sebring wont budge. i sure would like to know if i got a recall letter...

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    Kona Girl, August 04, 2010, 00:06
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    You don't have to hit it with your fist. Just stick a long screwdriver through the square hole just above the shift gear knob, not where the rubber surround is but above that after you take off the silver chrome plate surrounding the shift knob of course. line the screw driver up with the little cable you will see down in there about 3 inches push that to the left and pull your shifter knob to the right. Until you get it fixed or buy the part from Billet . com. put your car in neutral, put on the foot brake turn the key off, then move the gear shift up into reverse, lock car, that simple. Remember you have to step on the break to start the car and take the foot break off. I made a little card board deal to stick into the shift diagram so I don't keep putting it into park when I go places and then have to pull out the ole screwdriver over and over. But the screwdriver maneuver only take about 20 seconds. So if you want to put it in park every time do it. I'm still looking for someone to put my Park lock out mechanism in my car for me. Its to hot here in Az to sit in the car for an hour taking all the bolts off the center console. Oh forgot to add if you are going to put the part in yourself take a precaution to take the positive battery cable off your battery. There is a sensor that could go off and cause your airbags to deploy, could cause injury being your going to be so close to the steering wheel while doing this. Kona Girl

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    Visitor, August 05, 2010, 11:15

    Good work. works like a charm. Thank you

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    Visitor, August 17, 2010, 20:53

    Chysler 300 2007 owner. "F" stuck in park. Stranded @ work. I will take the console apart. HHHmmmmm why did Chrysler make a hot pink piece. I wonder. POS

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    Visitor, May 01, 2010, 15:52

    what can i do my car stuck in park and wheel not lock

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    JohnMath, June 19, 2010, 08:15
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    Seems to be a common problem. Is there a common easy solution or do I have to have it towed and spend hundreds of dollars?

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    Visitor, June 20, 2010, 18:25

    go to instructables.com put in 'sebring transmition repair' in the search engine once you get there..its a broken piece in your gearshift..u can replace it with a spring for five bucks

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    Visitor, July 09, 2010, 10:37

    HEADS UP ALL this happened to me on the 4th of July. I have been doing battle with Chrysler and the dealer ship EVERY day since. I was just informed this morning that a notice was sent to dealers at 2:15 pm on July 8th that a recall is being made on 2007-2008 Chrysler Sebring and Dodge Avenger (possibly the 300 as well) because of this problem!

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    Visitor, July 20, 2010, 10:42

    is there any way to obtain information about this recall?!?
    I need it immediately! I have a 2008 Chrysler Sebring and the gear just locked up suddenly over night LITERALLY!

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    Visitor, July 26, 2010, 16:07

    Update to recall--Round 2: Spoke with Chrysler today about the recall information I received, the girl didn't know anyting about it and said my money couldn't be refunded until I had a date of recall or the actual letter. She also said the dealerships are usually notified before they are so they can prepair for the "business" serge. Supposed to talk to service manager tomorrow! Will keep u updated.---First post July 9th

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    Visitor, June 21, 2010, 05:30

    This is VERY VERY common in Chrysler 300, and Chrysler should do a defect & recall about this problem. BUT Chrysler doesn't sell this part alone, they sell the whole Shifter Box for over 200 dollars. But a small hook spring is all you need.
    Procedure is as follows:

    1 Break down that center console!, if you need to move the car immediately to get home or to your garage or shop then its not a problem if you have a few tools, start popping the trim off the shifter assy, pull up and out on the small storage compartment to the right of the shifter, this will uncover a small pink lever (which Chrysler says will get you at least on the road but may not work), but you need to go deeper! Take out the rubber mat directly under the ash tray and cigarette lighter, this will expose two philips head screws, undo them, move through trim with a flathead and keep prying trim off until you have the shifter assy visible, if your shift knob is giving you problems, try sliding the very bottom chrome plastic trim down then the knob up as you spread the white plastic at the base of the leather.

    2 Ok your down to the shifter, now with the key in and the car running press and hold the pink lever on the right side of the shifter, there is also second pink part( this is the cheap piece of crap that has you doing what your doing) on the front of the shifter assy, press this pink part as well and as always with your foot on the brake try to shift, you should be in good shape, now to limp back to your proper repair facility of choice (your house) Shift into drive and only reverse if you need to, when you park leave in neutral and hit the parking brake, do not shift into park!

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    Visitor, June 25, 2010, 20:19

    I tried this but now my car is stuck in Drive with the engine turned of.....any suggestions

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    Visitor, June 28, 2010, 13:47

    Had the same thing happen to me last week. Filed a complain withe www.safercar.gov and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration in the hopes that they can start a product recall and get Chrysler to take responsibility for this manufacturers defect! Lets all get behind this!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Visitor, July 06, 2010, 15:06

    I am behind this 100%

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    Visitor, July 13, 2010, 20:02

    I have a 2007 sebring touring car 29,000 miles locked in park today......just bought it friday at an dui auction...

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    Visitor, July 20, 2010, 10:41

    can u please post the info for the dui auction ... our 2008 sebring is having the same problem with the gear stuck in par and we may need a new car!

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    Visitor, July 26, 2010, 16:13

    Reply - Anonymous, July 09, 2010, 10:37
    HEADS UP ALL this happened to me on the 4th of July. I have been doing battle with Chrysler and the dealer ship EVERY day since. I was just informed this morning that a notice was sent to dealers at 2:15 pm on July 8th that a recall is being made on 2007-2008 Chrysler Sebring and Dodge Avenger (possibly the 300 as well) because of this problem!

    Reply - Anonymous, July 26, 2010, 16:07
    Update to recall--Round 2: Spoke with Chrysler today about the recall information I received, the girl didn't know anyting about it and said my money couldn't be refunded until I had a date of recall or the actual letter. She also said the dealerships are usually notified before they are so they can prepair for the "business" serge. Supposed to talk to service manager tomorrow! Will keep u updated.---First post July 9th

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    louiemcnabb, August 25, 2010, 11:58
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    yeah i have a 05 chyrsler 300 50,000 miles and my car is locked in park! i have a warrenty! and chrysler is not trying to take resposability for it! i have had the car 4 months! what the hell! what should i do?? can i fix it by myself??

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    Visitor, September 02, 2010, 16:14

    yes easy fix

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    Visitor, July 08, 2010, 07:26

    Same thing happened to me yesterday... 07 Chrysler 300

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    July 17, 2010, 19:06
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    Take the silver piece off thats around the shifter. Now look at the very top were the silver plastic cover used to be. You will see in the middle a wide solid piece but to the left of that is a little open square. if you shine a flashlight into that area you will see a narrow cable. Get a really long slim screw driver stick it down into the hole until your next to the cable. you will also see a slit in the medal that lead to the left away from the square hole. Now with your screw driver in the hole hold onto the shifter knob and the screw driver at the same time shift the knob into its regular formation pushing the screwdriver against the little cable it will push the cable to the left this releases the cable hold on the shift knob. Just leave you car in Neutral until you can get the little pink plastic part that is under the shifter box. I don't have a name for it yet, but you can replace in in about 2 minutes. Look on Youtube.com he shows you how go here also to see what I mean. .http://www.300cforums.com/forums/problems-dealer-service/61332-help-shifter-stuck-2.html.. I'm a 61 year old woman and did it so can you!! lol.

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    July 25, 2010, 16:17
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    stuck in park gear wont get out of park

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    Visitor, July 26, 2010, 16:14

    Reply - Anonymous, July 09, 2010, 10:37
    HEADS UP ALL this happened to me on the 4th of July. I have been doing battle with Chrysler and the dealer ship EVERY day since. I was just informed this morning that a notice was sent to dealers at 2:15 pm on July 8th that a recall is being made on 2007-2008 Chrysler Sebring and Dodge Avenger (possibly the 300 as well) because of this problem!

    Reply - Anonymous, July 26, 2010, 16:07
    Update to recall--Round 2: Spoke with Chrysler today about the recall information I received, the girl didn't know anyting about it and said my money couldn't be refunded until I had a date of recall or the actual letter. She also said the dealerships are usually notified before they are so they can prepair for the "business" serge. Supposed to talk to service manager tomorrow! Will keep u updated.---First post July 9th

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    Visitor, August 02, 2010, 11:18

    So my 300 did this yesterday out of the blue. Was going to get in it and try to take this piece out but decided to call the dealership. They said sorry 350.00. So then I called Chrysler reported the problem said ive researched the web on the issue and it seems to be pretty wide spread. They are going to check with there Teir 2 escalated team and try to get it fixed for free. Said I should hear something back in the next 2 business days. Hopefully this is resolved with out a class action suite being needed. I suggest anyone with this issue contact Chrysler directly and report the issue before digging into it themselves.

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    Kona Girl, August 02, 2010, 14:11
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    What year is your 300? I don't know if calling the dealership will help it the car is 5 years old already.....

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    Visitor, August 04, 2010, 11:06

    2007 - called the dealership they told me sorry out of warranty and not covered. I called chrysler directly they are reviewing the claim I explained its a pretty wide spread problem from reading on the web. If they decline, I will ask for there legal departments contact info and try to pursue a class action for a default in part provided by the manufacturer.

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    Visitor, August 05, 2010, 12:34

    2 days ago my 2006 Chrysler 300 C was stuck in park in the middle of a shopping center lot on a hot AZ day. It took 2 hrs for the tow truck to arrive. When it did, the driver stated that this is the problem he gets calls for most with Chryslers. He said so much so that he carries a special tool to get them out of park. He said it is a little plastic piece that breaks. At the dealership I was the 3rd car that day with the same problem. The cashier stated it happens everyday and she wished Chrysler would do a recall. It was expensive to repair since the car was out of warranty. They put in a new gear shifter with the plastic piece. They can't just replace the plastic piece. They told me this could happen again and it was under warranty for 12 months. I contacted www.safercar.gov and filed a complaint.

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    Kona Girl, August 18, 2010, 00:01
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    Chrysler does not make the part, they replace the whole gear shifter. But www. billet.com sells a metal one that will never break again. You only have to replace that part not the whole darn gear box....Part cost me around $50. Comes with down loadable blow by blow instructions. Youtube even has a vidio of a guy putting a new one in himself.

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    Visitor, August 04, 2010, 21:16

    Take a look at the website. The same thing happen to me and my husband tonight on our 2007 Chrysler Sebring.

    http://www.instructables.com/id/2008-Chrysler-Sebring-transmission-fix/#step1

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    Kona Girl, September 02, 2010, 20:07
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    Looks like I might of jumped the gun. I bought a aluminum part to replace the pink dealie, but if its only a spring I needed why are they selling the metal parts at billet.com? for $50 bucks? My metal thing has no hole for spring? oh boy.....

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    Visitor, September 03, 2010, 08:13

    Should have a small hook on top if not take your pink one and drill a small hole through that and run a small zip tie through it and attach the spring through the hoop

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    August 06, 2010, 09:16
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    same problem

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    Visitor, August 31, 2010, 12:00

    The same thing happened to me yesterday 08/31/10 on my Magnum 2005.
    After doing some research on the issue I found it is extremely common on all the models made by Chrysler and Dodge from 2004 and to 2008.
    I am extremely surpised that it has not been made in to a recall.
    The guy from the TOW TRUCK company told me that he tows at least 1 or 2 cars with this problem every day.
    I even bought the extended guarantee from DODGE to cover the car for 5 years or 100,000 miles and guess what they do not cover this problem so because a little 50 cents spring and a CHEAPO plastic part that keeps failing and now the StiLER (DEALER) wants $450 to replace it with the same faulty CHEAPO plastic part.

    Can we get together and get CHRYSLER - DODGE to make it a recall.
    I am placing my complaint in safecar.gov

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    Visitor, September 02, 2010, 12:16

    Same thing w/ me. 2006 Chrysler 300 stuck in "Park" and luckily it happened in my own driveway. I only have 13,955 miles on that car and what a pain to have to deal with. Had to have it towed to the dealer and they replaced the Shifter Assembly and as w/ everyone else, the spring disconnected from the cheap plastic part. The tow truck pulls up and the guy gets out he says "don't tell me the car is stuck in park" I replied okay then I won't. He too says that they pick up at least 2 cars a day with the same problem. My extended warranty company cannot believe that Chrysler has not added the recall to the 300 series as the shifter assembly is all the same part in different models. They did say though that the recall should be coming soon. Keep your receipts and hopefully everyone can get their money reimbursed.

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    Visitor, September 02, 2010, 16:17

    this is an easy fix do not pay dealer cost. read my post below

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    Visitor, September 09, 2010, 20:19

    Same thing just happened to our 2006 300C. We had to have it towed for $75.00 out of our garage, then pay $350.00 for a whole new gear shifter box, when only the plastic pink piece was broken. Shame on you Chrysler for being treating your customers like this. Let's see a recall NOW if you want to keep your future costumers.

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    August 31, 2010, 14:39
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    Just Fixed my yesterday there is a spring attached to a plastic peice inside the gear box that breaks it is common in chryslers I have a 300, I pulled up the center counsel removed the gear box, drilled a hole in the pink cheap plastic peice attached the spring back on with a zip tie and ready to go, Note: chrysler will not sell you the pink peice they will make you buy the whole gear box for over $200 if you want them to install it now your looking at $4-500. took me 2 hours i can probably do it in an hour now hehehe

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    September 02, 2010, 16:35
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    I suggest that everyone here on this page go to safecar.gov and make a complaint because the more complaints will make it more easier to get this problem fix

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    Visitor, September 07, 2010, 16:20

    Just sent my complaint thanks for the advice!

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    Visitor, September 09, 2010, 20:31

    There is a recall out for my vehicle and I have a 2008 Chrysler sebring..... I went ahead and let the the company fix it for around 200 some dollars and now there has been a recall put out on this issue. Feel free to contact the company and let them know. I spoke with a rep and he said that local dealerships should be aware.

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    Visitor, September 09, 2010, 10:13

    50 cent part disables 27K car. Good thing I had the extended coverage. Pink spring loaded safety stop POS broke. Had to remove the center console and use a flat head screw driver to get the car into drive. Once you have the console remove it is the pink plastic device on the left side forward. Move it forward with a screw driver, this allows the shifter to move into drive.

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    Visitor, September 09, 2010, 22:15

    Been driving mine now for months without putting it into park. I just move the cable with a screw driver if I forget and put it in park. I can't afford to have it fixed right now. So I'm waiting for the weather to cool off in Arizona and will fix it myself. I bought a aluminum one from billet.com so it will never break, but if its the spring that is breaking thats a whole new ball game.

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    Visitor, September 10, 2010, 08:45

    no need to purchase the billet part just drill a small hole in the plastic part and attach the spring bag on with wire or a zip tie, spring is sturdy should not break but now that i have done it once it is an easy fix there are 3 big screws under the center counsel storage compartment don't forget to loosen those as well or youll never get the shifter out, everthing else near the shifter pops out, 2 more screws in the very front below the ash tray take those out, the shifter has 3 wires the pop off so do not rip them out, 2 on the left 1 in the back, there are 2 cables the one on the right is the one you been playing with unhook it, the black one in the upper right is for the gear get a black marker and mark the side where the srew is before removing so you can make sure you put the screw back in the exact spot,also there is a little plastic pop in screw that holds the box on the left in pop it out with pliers, remove the box and open it with a Star screw driver 2 screws, then pop it open but keep in eye on the spring cause that will drop out somewhere, then remove pink plastic piece on the right side, drill a small hole in it(I used a small hot nail and burned a hole throgh it, that works also)below where the hook broke, attach the spring with a small ziptie or wire and then attach it to the small black hook that is hard to find at first on the front of the bottom piece black box, and then put it all back together very easy. save some money.

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    Visitor, September 15, 2010, 11:07

    Hey thanks for your blog... I have a Chrysler 300 and this too happened to me.My husband followed your advise and drilled a tiny hole in pink piece of sh** but instead of using a zip tie, he used a small(very tiny) key ring, attached it to spring and works beautifully. Thanks again! Saved me $$$$$... this only cost $8.00!!! I will NEVER buy a chrysler/dodge againI, I HAVE THE BEST HUSBAND IN THE WORLD!!!!!

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    Visitor, September 20, 2010, 11:48

    TEMPORARY SOLUTION WORKS LIKE A CHARM. This just happened to me and I want to help you guys out. All the stuff about that pink plastic piece is bs. Here's what you have to do. Turn your car on. Keep foot on brake. Remove the silver plate from gear box. Look at the top upper left corner. You will see a cable. Stick a screwdriver in there to the right side of the cable and push it toward the drivers side door. At the same time move the gear outta park. Kind of sucks to do this everytime but Im not stranded anymore :) Good luck everyone.

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    Visitor, October 21, 2010, 16:38

    All the stuff about the pink plastic piece is not BS. I had to take my console apart and I am waiting on a new piece to replace the cheap pink plastic part that broke. I am replacing it with an aluminum piece so that I nor my daughter are stranded again. In the mean time yes my console is torn apart and I have to push the pink plastic piece over so that the car will go into gear.

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    Visitor, October 11, 2010, 05:03

    WooHoo!! Thank you f or these answers! Just called Chrysler dealership becase my car is stuck in park. He is aware of the recal and I am in the process of getting my 08 sebring towed there right now. Thanks for all the legwork you all have done.

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    Visitor, October 21, 2010, 18:57

    If you go on YOUTUBE.COM and type in chrysler park out lock mechanism there is a tape that will show you how to fix the problem. Its simple to get your car out of park, but a lot of little bits and pieces have to come off the center console to repair the problem permanently. You can order a replacement piece to hook the spring up to from Billet.com made from aluminum, that will last for ever. I know Chrysler charges $500 to fix it. Way to much Mulla!! Kona Girl

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    Visitor, November 02, 2010, 08:59

    For those of you who have had your gear get stuck in park, I suggest complaining to Daimler-Chrysler. Apparently, this is a very common and expensive problem. I drive 06 300C and it just happened to me about 2 weeks ago. It cost me over $300 to have a spring replaced in the gear box. I feel if enough Chrysler/Dodge owners complain about this problem, the manufacturer will have to do a recall and/or refund us our monies spent. Chrysler 800-247-9753.

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    Visitor, November 02, 2010, 20:01

    Hi everyone, drove my car for months without being able to put it in park or I would of been stuck and had to of pulled out the screw driver and released the cable every time. I finally bit the bullet and had it fixed, it took them about 2 hours from start to finish, since they had never done one before they had to print out info on their computer. They charged me $179. I had bought the part from Billet made out of aluminum. The mechanic never did find the spring so they had to buy one at the hardware store, and sure enough the hole were the spring had attached to the pink plastic thing was busted right through! This new one wont break guarantee it. Now that I'm forced to sell my Chrysler due to Bankruptcy the next person who buys it will never know the madness behind the park lock out dilemma! lol Kona Girl

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    Visitor, November 27, 2010, 09:31

    Just happened to me on my 2005 Sebring. I called the number (800-247-9753) and selected the vehicle complaint line and was surprised that I waited 1 minute and they answer. I gave them my VIN # they created and they gave me a the local Dealership number. The Chrysler service dude said it's about $175 to get it fixed. BUT of course, he's not sure that's what it is until he looks at it. I'll be back to give you the final price.

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    Visitor, November 28, 2010, 15:45

    I discovered one thing thats interesting. After I got my Park lock out problem fixed my key started getting stuck in the ignition? I knew it had to do with having my PLOM fixed because it was to much of a coincidence being that that never happened before. It happens when you don't get the shift knob exactly in the park position correctly. One day I had to turn the key and start the car over and over again, because the key was not budging. Then I took the Chrysler out of gear a few times and put it back in park, on about the fourth time when I slipped the shift knob into the park position and slid it over hard to the left I heard a distinctive stretching bong sound of a spring. After that I've had no more problems with the key getting stuck. So my theory is the new spring that they had to buy at the hardware store to replace the one that was never found for my park lock out Mechanism was to tight and needed to be stretched. I'll bet thats why the old plastic deal breaks from the constant over pull of the factory spring against plastic after a while it pulls right through like they told me mine had at the repair shop. If the factory spring had just a little more give to it I'll bet Chrysler would of never had this problem in the first place.....The plastic part in there reminded me of a empty scotch tape dispenser in pink of course. Its probably the only thing they let the one female engineer create. LOL....Kona Girl

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    November 28, 2010, 14:01
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    thanks for the advice guys; this is very helpful; i would like to keep my car for a long time because i really love the car; the style fits me; going to call the dealership tomorrow

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    May 12, 2014, 18:40
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    Had the same problem. I fixed it myself and found the answer to the problem. it is the pink plastic piece in the gear shifter. It is called ( Shift interlocking latch) Go to youtube has a picture on replacing and fixing your gear shifter and the shifter interlocking latch too. Way cheaper to replace the pink plastic piece that broke. It was less than 40.00 dollars at Advance Auto Parts.

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