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4X4 gear shifter pulled off

Was going to replace a gear shifter boot for my 4 wheel drive and in doing so realized my shifter itself isn't attached (not the knob the stick). It pulled right out and there was a whole in the bottom of it with no bolt or pin. Wondering if anyone knew what I use to connect it? Also, what is involved? Can it be accessed through the top or do I have to go underneath?

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It is held on underneath with 2 small 8mm head bolts. They probably rotted and broke off.. You will have to remove the 2 bolts and the big bolt on the side of the transfer case and remove the whole bracket if they are broke off. Only 1 might be broke because I believe the bottom hole on the shifter is slotted and the top one has the hole. Either way you will have to look at it from underneath. Hope this helps. Cobra..

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