shifting became harder and now stuck in drive, what can I do?
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2000 Chrysler LHS Question: transmission
Answer #1matte August 26, 2009, 15:48Master
This probably indicates a transmission failure, which I do not believe is uncommon for LHSs. Check out the common problems on RepairPal--that may be some help: http://repairpal.com/chrysler-lhs-2000/common_problems
You'll most likely need help from a transmission specialist.
Answer #2Valleyautotech August 26, 2009, 16:15Master
Possibly the shifter itself is bad http://www.parts.com/oemcatalog/index.cfm?action=getJointLocator&siteid=2&chapter=&Sectionids=0,2648&groupid=2649&subgroupid=3604&componentid=0&makeid=7&model=LHS&year=2000&graphicID=NE99290&callout=7&catalogid=2&displayCatalogid=0 Here's a blow up of all the parts for the shifter assembly.
Answer #3Mark F February 01, 2012, 09:38Rookie
Same thing happen to mine... It was a bad shift cable cost 80 dollar part 200 in labor to fix.