SSR Pit Crew
Join Date: Nov 2006
Location: Clearwater, Fl
04 Silver/Race Stripes 4:10 gears tuned at 130mph lowered 2"
To answer Hai Hai's question:
I would say, next time on a lift for oil change, CHECK THE CAM/RUBBER CLIP.
On the transmission end, the arm has a square hole, held on w/15mm nut. We removed the nut and arm, then ground of the head of the Cam that was pressed into the shift arm. The Cam, as the picture shows has the rubber clip that holds it into the shift cable.
The "Fix" you see in the picture is in the Park position. It never touches the Transmission at any point. We were concerned about that happening. As you shift from Park to Neutral, ect. the "Fix" gets further away from the Transmission.
1. Changed from Hex Head to "Button Head" bolt to avoid the transmission.
2. Button head goes to the transmission side.
3. Assemble layout.
4. Arm with pin and square hole on arm
5. DO NOT REMOVE CABLE, just gentle "pry" the cable from the arm. (See picture #2.)
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