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How to adjust trans shifter linkage on 93 chevy s10 blaser auto trans

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Raise and support the vehicle on jack stands. Place the shift lever is in "Park." Use the wire cutters and remove the cotter pin from the shift rod (under the car). Remove the shift rod from the shift lever.
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Place truck in park, then pull the cotter pin from the shift rod and remove shift rod from shift lever.
Move shift lever all the way to the front. Screw the attachment rod on the front of the cable in or out until the rod fits into the shifter lever with no resistance. Install the cotter pin, but do not bend it at this point.
Now give it a test with your foot on brake. Go through all gears to see if they all engage properly and show correctly on gear indicator.
If everything looks legitimate, put the cotter pin back in place and bend it down so it will stay in place.


Posted on Aug 07, 2010

  • johneverett5 Aug 07, 2010

    truck will not go into park and starts in reverse will that adjustment repair that

  • Nate Stansfield
    Nate Stansfield Aug 07, 2010

    Yes, that will fix it. It definitely needs adjusting.

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