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Gear stick has come out of socket suzuki vitara jx 1998

Changing gear the gear lever came out of its socket but I manoevered it back in

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  • jean_thirkil Jan 05, 2009

    My problem is on 1998 suzuki vitara jx estate car not a motorbike which came up. Anyway I thought it might be something like a spring clip or nut and bolt will let you know how I get on . tHANKS VERY MUCH. Jeannie T


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The shifter should have place for a nut and bolt, to where it clamps the shifter to the shifting rod.

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