Question about Chevrolet Camaro
I put it in and it drives but haveing problems with the shifter link
If it is binding it may just need the pinch bolt loosened and repositioned to eliminate the binding condition.
If it has to do with Park or Neutral start switch- that is on the column independent of linkage.
If the gear shift indication is off, that is a cable link to the dashboard beneath the trim at the bottom of the dash.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Installing the full-size Blazer trans into the S-10 would be safer. As long as they came off of the same size engine then yes, they will interchange. But.... the trans off of the S-10 is not built as strong as the trans for the full-sized Blazer, clutch capacity is less, band servo may have smaller apply area, and torque convertor stall speed may different enough to set a "code". Towing capability would be compromised. I have no idea what you meant by the "bolt for the plate".
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
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