Hello I saw a YouTube video on just replacing the insert that broke on a GM front wheel drive car shift cable. Does anyone know if this repair can be done much cheaper without getting a whole new cable? See video here > Well, I went to Home Depot Monday night. Came out, started the car and moved the shifter from Park to Reverse and it just slid. The car was stuck in park! Using a Lug Wrench we could push the lever on the transmission to neutral, roll it out of the parking spot, then to drive and drive it to the garage! The round plastic connector was still tightly clamped to the transmission shifting lever but the completely snapped off the cable! New shift cable from Toyota is $233.10 and $90.00 labor to fix! See pics Click to enlarge. Last pic shows the location on the front side of engine behind radiator hose! Hard place to reach!