Question about 1995 Chevrolet Silverado 2500
Broken shifter cable
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
reach in behind the grille with a hooked tool and grab the cable housing pulling it outside, you should be able to peel away the plastic outer cable housing to reviel the inner steel cable. Pull on the cable, this should release the hood latch, from this point you should be able to trace the cable route for replacement.
Posted on Jan 08, 2011
Put park brake on or block wheels, and shift into neutral (if possible), If not go to tranny and pop the cable off the tranny lever (pry off with screwdriver). Turn tranny shift lever, until it clicks twice, leave here for later adjustment. Follow the cable to the adjuster, pull out the flat steel retainer clip, pinch the sides to remove cable from bracket. Remove upper covers below the steering wheel. Remove kick panel below steering colomn. Remove cable from steering wheel shifter assembly (pry off and remove clip same as at tranny). Remove the side kick panel and follow cable along floor. You may find it easier to remove the driver seat (4 nuts on floor and wiring). Pull cable thru floor and replace. Reverse procedure to install. Lock the cable and clip at steering colomn, but leave the clip off at tranny. The tranny should still be in neutral. Now turn key to run and shift the shifter into neutral. At the tranny side cable there is a white square button, press in and lock cable to lever. install retainer clip. move shifter thru ranges and ensure it locks in park. Readjust if needed by pressing button and moving shifter lever on tranny.
Posted on Jan 27, 2011
if the cable is broken then the cable itself will need replaced. if it is fitting loose on the mount the spacers may be missing or the cable may just be worn out
Posted on Jan 24, 2012
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