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Re: 58 Torqueflite

From: SMITTY
Email: JOE
Remote Name: 205.188.209.37
Date: June 04, 2003

Comments

THE CABLE SHIFTED TRANSMISSIONS ARE FAIRLY EASY TO AJUST THE CABLE, YOU AJUST IT WERE THE CABLE GOES INTO THE TRANS. FIRST OFF YOU NEED TO DETERMINE IF THE NUETRAL SAFTEY SWITCH IS WORKING. IT SHOULD NOT CRANK IN ANY GEAR BUT NUETRAL. IF IT DOES CRANK IN D OR R YOU SHOULD GET A TEST LIGHT AND CHECK THE NUETRAL SAFTEY SWITCH.IT MIGHT BE BAD. THESE ARE KNOW TO FAIL. YOU ALSO MIGHT SEE IF THE CABLE IS MOVING AT ALL. YOU MIGHT WANT TO PULL THE PAN AND LOOK UP IN THE TRANS WERE THE CABLE COMES IN AND SEE IF IT IS MOVING.THE CABLE ONLY MOVES VERY SLIGHTLEY. IT IS AJUSTABLE BY MOVING THE LARGE RING ON THE CABLE WERE IT GOES INTO THE TRANS. REMOVE THE 1/4 BOLT THAT HOLDS IT IN PLACE AND MOVE THE RING CLOCK WISE OR COUNTER CLOCK WISE AS IS NEEDED TO GET THE TRANS SHIFTING PROPERLY.YOU SHOULD ONLY HAVE CONTINUITY TO THE NUETRAL SAFTEY SWITCH WHEN THE TRANS. IS IN NUETRAL.TRY SOME OF THESE STEPS AND SEE WHAT YOU HAVE THANKS SMITTY

 


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