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How do you know if you have a bad shift linkage?
Bad Shift Linkage Bushing Symptoms
- Grinding noise.
- Odd sounds like thumping, bumping, squealing, and whirring.
- Transmission oil leaks.
- The car is not getting into gear.
- The car is stuck in just one gear.
- Shifting gears is so difficult.
- Transmission is jumping into the neutral mode.
How do you adjust shift linkages?
Rotate the transmission shift lever counterclockwise (toward the front of the transmission) to the first (Park) position, then turn it clockwise (rearward) to the 2nd detent (Neutral) position. Holding the rod tightly in the swivel, tighten the retainer which was loosened to allow the adjustment.
How much does it cost to fix shift linkage?
If the cause turns out to be a loose shifter linkage, you can tighten it yourself at no cost, or have the repair-shop do it for $50-75. If the condition is being caused by a damaged shifter cable, the repair-shop will charge you $125-$250 for replacement, or you can purchase and replace it yourself for around $35-$80.
Why does my gear shifter feel loose?
Generally, most all gear shifters will become loose due to aggressive gear changing from the gear shifter. Aggressive gear changing can cause damage to the bushing on the bottom of the gear shifter lever. Once the bushing is damaged, it will cause slack in the gear shifter.
What is a long shifter?
The Long Shifter for the G-Force or Richmond gear 5-Speed has a patented rail slide design. Perfect for road racing and street applications. Long shifters use 7/16″ diameter heavy duty rods for more rigidity and less deflection, ensuring a more positive shift.
Who makes long shifters?
Long Racing Shifters – G-Force South. All G-Force South transmissions come standard with an industry-leading HT-4000 Long shifter. Long shifters have proven to be the most reliable, longest lasting shifters ever built.