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Old 09-14-2015, 10:57 AM   #1
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2012 Thor Serrano not shifting into Park

We just recently purchased a 2012 Thor Serrano 34M. At times, when shifting to Park the Transmission will just go to Reverse and no further. Usually adter trying this a couple of times, I can get it into Park. I have looked through my manuals can find no information on any adjustment for this. Does anyone have any ideas of what I can do myself to fix this?
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More info on the chassis type under your coach will give members a better idea of what your dealing with . Ford ? V-10?
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The chassis is a Workforce W-22, Maxxforce 7 Diesel, Allison transmission. I do not now what model yet.
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The Transmission is an MH 1000
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I see you have a duplicate post going in another forum, I think you'll get the best answers there.
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