Question about 1993 Chevrolet S-10
The body has probably sagged on your truck one side of the shifter linkage goes to the body of the truck the other to the frame.when the body sags a little the angle of the linkage changes and the shifting suffers..........on the fire wall on the steering column is where the linkage connects follow that down and at the bottom of that linkage there it an adjustment bolt.....with the shifter in park loosen the bolt,move the adjuster up on the shaft as far as you can without forcing it too much,tighten the bolt.......adjust as necessary to make it shift properly
hope this helps.......Good luck!
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
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