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Hi
         The fact that the wheels spin only and you can stop them by hand
represents the internal drag of the trans. If you are still using the '65
manual lever on the valve body a good double check is to connect  an ohm
meter on the neutral starting switch terminal and with the engine off select
first neutral and then park , the meter should shown continuity in both
positions. IF you're "solid" in the other ranges chances are you're on with
the adjustment. I'm using a '65 727 in my '63 as well.

 Regards
 Wally
  63 Dodge 440 Hardtop etc.
----- Original Message -----
From: "SCOTT OSTROWSKY" <SMOSTROWSKY@xxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <1962to1965mopars@xxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, March 27, 2005 8:09 PM
Subject: TRANS SHIFT CABLE



  I have my max wedge clone project almost completed.
I am working on fine tuning and some interior and trim work.  I need some
advice on adjusting the pushbutton transmission cable. I have a '65 cable
case trans. with a cheetah reverse manual valve body. Right now I think it
is close but when I have the rear wheels off the ground, car runnning in
nuetral without park on the wheels spin. I can stop them by hand but they
still have power to them??
Can someone give me some advice...

Thanks,
Scott
'63 330

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