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1987 Porsche 944 shifter issue

My 87 944 can be in gear but the shifter has free movement side to side. This is true in any gear. Any help is appreciated.

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All the 944s have a loose shifter you can replace you shifter with a short throw shift kit . You can find them on ebay for about 70 bucks

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