Question about 1989 Volvo 240
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There are screws around the rubber boot. You can remove them and pull the boot up from beneath the carpet and see what is up. The detent collar is a pretty simple mechanism. There is a plastic stop that the shifter hits, and goes past when you pull up the collar. That plastic stop may need to be loosened and re-adjusted, or perhaps there is some foreign object in there that is keeping the shifter from moving to the end of its throw when you pull the collar.
Posted on Feb 27, 2011
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