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Old 29 Jan 2008, 09:00 pm
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Default 1990 Integra shifter problem

I have a 1990 Integra with 122k miles on it. When the temp outside is very cold I have a shifter problem. If I drive lets say to the store. I go to put the auto transmission in park and the car is in park but the indicater light on dash doesn't light up P. Also I cant get the car to turn off or remove the key. I let it sit for a while and the park dash light comes on and I can turn off car and remove key. Does anyone know how to fix this and estimated cost of repairs?
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