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99chevy tahoe the problem is where my gear shifter is there is a plate that conects the cables to the transmishion that plate broke it is the plate that moves when you shift it moves the cables to put in to gear any one know what that plate is called

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  • bobbycochran Jan 17, 2009

    would that be A metal plate if so probably is but I have no idea thank you for your time

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Would it be a shifter cable cover?

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I have heard this Called the Shifter Slide Plate on here a Few times.

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    Travis Humphries Jan 17, 2009

    No Problem! Happy to Help!!!!

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