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Ghost writer here new member I have a 2003 f-150 4×4 5.4 I saw your comments on the shift lever I did everything on there the 2 bolts , adjusting the little wheel under the column everything stayed ok but the lever is still loose when on park I still can wobble around in that park area does anybody know to take that wobble off it drives me crazy knowing that there's something wrong with my baby. Please help
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If the Torx bolts are tight, then the bushings in the shift tube are probably worn out.
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