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How long is 'too long'? Most cables are usually fastened securely to the vehicle along its entire length. Check the whole length of the cable. Check for any sections where it isn't flush against the body or chassis. Look for slack loops on straight sections and areas where it is pulling away from the body as it turns corners.
Is it routed correctly? Have you missed a bracket you need to thread it through. You might have accidentally found a 'shorter' route for the cable. This can cause tight spots when changing gears.
A small amount could be where you've pulled the cable sleeve too tight so it's not flat against the vehicle body.
A larger amount usually suggests the cable has been routed incorrectly.
Did you compare the two cables before fitting the new one? There are some less common cases where the wrong cable is supplied by accident.
Posted on Jun 30, 2020
Most of these take a T-30 torx socket coming down from the top on the drivers side of the transmission. I believe there is another bracket in the way that makes it kind of tough but it can be done. Sometimes a 1" or 3" extension helps. If you feel up there you will feel the bolt heads. They are round and feel like they have a hole in the top of them.
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
P0758 code is shift solenoid B electrical /2-3 shift solenoid circuit electrical, It better to inspect the wire going into the transmission they have a tendency to leak transmission fluid into the circuit make inspection for proper connection if you decide to replace the solenoid you still need to inspect the circuit for proper mating. If this solenoid fails and you wait to long to replace it you can loose the ECM due to the high power draw it takes from the ECM.
Posted on May 06, 2011
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