[200q20v] Re: shifter boot

Bernie Benz b.m.benz at prodigy.net
Wed Jul 18 08:34:48 EDT 2001

I've always used silcone caulk for/instead of gaskets.  My cars only have
head gaskets.


> From: Larry C Leung <l.leung at juno.com>
> Date: Tue, 17 Jul 2001 13:41:01 -0400
> To: malth at umich.edu
> Cc: 200q20v at audifans.com, quattro at audifans.com
> Subject: [200q20v] Re: shifter boot
> Gee, maybe we can combine boots and have one that stays down on both
> sides, and one that rides free.
> The story, (mine is the same as yours, but floats right high), boot
> frames have tabs that break, aren't availible without the leather and
> have typical Type$$ Price$.
> One solution (haven't bothered yet, but saw it posted), silicone sealer.
> It's not in the intake system, so it won't bung anything up in the
> emmisions equipment. Easy to apply, easy to remove if needed, and
> permanent enough.
> Will try it myself when I find time ......
> LL - NY
> On Mon, 16 Jul 2001 11:32:26 -0400 (EDT) Chris Covington
> <malth at umich.edu> writes:
>> All,
>> Since I got the 200q20v back, I've noticed that somehow the shifter
>> boot
>> and square mounting part got pulled up.  I can realign it and get it
>> to
>> sort of line up and snap in, but only one side of the boot (the right
>> side) seems to say attached and the left side just lays down and then
>> gets pulled up later after a few shifts.  What's the proper way to
>> make
>> the boot stay on?
>> Chris
>> '91 200q20v
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