A few days ago, I was parking my 1999 chrysler concorde when I tried to put the gear into park, but it just wouldn't park... I bought this vehicle 2nd hand so, when I first moved the shifter it was a little difficult, but it still moved. After I took it to the chrysler dealership, my concorde was acting funny. After driving it for 30 minutes, the "Check Engine" light went on, then a few days later the incident with parking happened. So I put the vehicle on Neutral and I was able to get the key out and start the engine.
Now, just a couple days ago, my vehicle won't change to park or drive or even neutral. It's currently stuck on 3, however I was still able to get the key out. I had a friend of mine check to see if it was the gear shift cable under the hood, but he told me that it was fine. Everything under the hood was in perfect condition.
I don't know what to do or think. The chrysler dealership wrote that the gear selector cable needed to be changed, is that the real problem? And if it is, then could any guy who has a fair bit of mechnical background fix it? And how much would it roughly be to get the parts or parts and labour done? Ugh, any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!!