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Shifter linkage will not align on 97 200sx with standard tranny

Replaced tranny and linkage will not line up. linkage is about 1 inch too short to line up.

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You may have the wrong transmission type. the shifters are sort of universal on those cars. like the 5 speed can fit the se or se-r.

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My shifter on my 2001 honda accord wont shift just moves back and forth wont go into gear


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Automatic gear shift in 94 toyota tercel stuck


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block the tires so the car can not roll away...
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This is most ofthe related to lubrication of the cable, end bushings, and linkage at the tranny... especially at this age

You may want to disconnect the cable underhood and see if the floor shifter is mroe comfortable...

If the stiffness remains, I would suggest replacing the cable (lubrication is possible, but messy with the cable installed in the vehicle)

If your shifter move VERY freely, then likley the end bushing or linkage at the tranny - simple "maintenance" cleaning and lubrication should get you there.

IF the shifter at the tranny does NOT improve with external ceaning and lube, you may wish to flush/change your tranny fluid - many people do not perform regular changes and the position of the shifting bell-crank on the honda will allow dirt to accumulate and that shaft will bind as it passes through into the tranny.

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Need Directions to Replace clutch in a1993 5spd.toyota 4runnerV6


start off bt taking off your shifter, then disconnect the wires,cables, and the 4x4 linkage, the drop out both drive shafts, support the tranny and transfer case then remove the tranny mount. take out the bolts on the bell housing that go into the motor the pull out the slave cylinder,and the last thing to remove is the cross member that holds up your tranny. after that slide the tranny back about 6 inches tor until it's free from the block and lower it down. after you get it on the ground pull of out clutch fork that is in the bell housing of your tranny, pull the bearing off the shaft that is in the bell housing as well. and last but not least take off the clutch plate ans the clutch disk that is on the fly wheel on your block. and i cant stress this enough be careful when you pull the tranny out and make sure it will not fall on you. so please do it carefully. And take your time.

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After clutch replacement in 97 200sx, shifter linkage not alignin


have the linkage reset. its not very hard to do.

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My 1992 Jeep 4.0 automatic wont shift into drive and overdrive.


Alot of transmissions run a small vaccum shifter. IF you are up to it, crawl under the jeep and look at the side of the tranny (should be the right side of the car, right above the tranny pan you will see it. its only 2-3 inches in diameter There is also a vacuum line running to it about 1/8th inch rubber line. Its either off or broke near the vacuum shifter.

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Shop one of your pick and pull yards for a tranny. You will diffenatly have to pull it out to fix the gear,unless it is just in the shifter which won't press the shifter fork in the transmission far enough press the 5th gear into mesh(or into gear).
Sounds more like it might be in the gear shifter. Linkage worn or stretched, or a bushing out of the linkage. Take the plastic console off and look at the action of the shifter if it has alot of freeplay when trying to put it into 5th gear I would say, Get a junk yard shifter.
If you go into transmission It has to be pulled out of car to dissassemble it and it really is a job for a transmission specialist. Get a Junk yard tranny and just replace it. They usually give a gaurantee of some sort with the tranny.

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U mean on the shifter irself inside the car?? If so, u just unscrew it, but won't solve ur problem at all.

Instead replace the 2 plastic link kits located on top of the tranny. They are about 3 inches long and they can be popped off with a little prying. Costs about 30 bucks for the pair, even less.

Also for the shifter itself it can be adjusted by the dealer but must be done on a lift. Go to the dealer if the 2 linkages are replaced and still doesn't shift properly.

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