Very common for the torx (2) screws to back out of the shifter arm at the base of the steering column/shift tube.. Look 'up' from the lower dash and you'll see the trans selector cable attached to the arm.. You'll then see the 2 torx screws (one in your case
at the arm's base.. They 'should' be loctited and retightened, but can be just tightened.. Also somewhat common, is for the shifter tube bushings to fail and will cause the shifter tube to wobble some and be a little sloppy.. Not a hard job to replace, but requires the steering column to be lowered down (not removed) for access to the clamps torx screws.. Generally just the shifter arm tightening will make a huge improvement.. When your under the dash after tightening the shifter arm screws, move the shifter through the ranges and watch the shifter arm/selector tube to see if it moves 'up and down'.. Some movement is normal, but both of these conditions can/willmake for a 'shift hunt' range selection problem..