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The only "detents" that I know of on a transmission are basically small "dimples" in the shifter cam and they are not adjustable. If you're having trouble with the tranny, it's being caused by something other than the "detents". If you neutral light doesn't work correctly, it's either the bulb or the neutral switch.

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Posted on Sep 13, 2010

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