We recently stopped our 2015 MKC and it would not go into park. All sorts of bells dinged and flashed like something had really gone bad with the computer. After looking under the hood we found the cable linkage to the short arm on the transmission was not connected. There was a nylon bushing that had worn out and wouldn't keep it connected. Only 100,000 miles. Dealerships don't even carry a simple "fix" like you can find at the local parts store. Ford/Lincoln want to sell you the entire cable for $80 and then 1.4 hours shop time to install it. I bought a kit of bushings for $15 and took less than a minute to stick it together! But this IS after I had removed the short air hose that goes to the turbo. This linkage is directly below that which allows some room to manipulate. It's no big deal but when it happens and you don't know what's wrong, it sure scares you inside the car. But don't fall for the shop fix. You can do it yourself.