You might want to check the wireing by the ****er to make sure that the wires are not frayed and grounding out thats what was happening to my old cougar. You have to take off the top plastic piece to get to the wire there should be 2 wires
right were the shifter is the top covering plastic piece needs to come off to see the wires i think they bolt in by the arm rest so u have to open the arm rest and there should be 2 small screws on the very most front of the arm rest
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