Re: 65 Shift Cables R&R
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Re: 65 Shift Cables R&R



Technically, no. The "pan off" method gives you a way to verify the setting by eyeball. The test light and ohm methods use technology to verify. If there is no fluid in the trans the eyeball method is easy to do at this time.
Note the "Update March 2014:" text on  http://www.1962to1965mopar.ornocar.com/transtech.html

Thanks,
Gary H.  

>  -------Original Message-------
 
 >...Anyway, I saw the info the website has posted on shifter cables, but
>  do I have to drop the pan to do everything? If so I need to know today
>  if possible so I can jump on this right after work.
>  
>  Thanks!
>  
>  Bill M 

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