pcschulz at comcast.net
Mon Jul 7 05:47:15 PDT 2008
There's a ball & socket on this "arm", and its a press fit. Once it
becomes sloppy on the arm, you will either have to replace it, or
weld it to the arm.
BTDT on both my 200s, and not that easy a job without a lift....
At 09:23 PM 7/6/2008 -0400, Brett Dikeman wrote:
>On Jul 6, 2008, at 4:49 PM, robert weinberg wrote:
> > alright, one last thing for now. the shifter fells really sloppy -
> > does it need new busings? half the time i can't tell if i'm in
> > reverse when backing up - until i let out the clutch a little.
>First and easiest thing to check- the bolt on the "collar" that goes
>around the shift selector shaft coming out of the transmission. You
>can see it from the driver's side, with a flashlight. Despite being
>buried, it's fairly easy to get to with your arm. If it loosens,
>shift quality goes to pot. If it is loose, remove, clean, and apply
>Next suspect would be the joint in the two-part shift linkage.
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