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Old 14-May-2006, 01:52 PM
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shifter linkage question

hey i have a quick question ............how to remove the shifter linkage from the transmission it looks like its got a steel band....like a hose clamp..... around the linkage ..............i'm trying to replace the rubber boot


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Old 14-May-2006, 07:59 PM
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pull back the rubber boot.. remove the c-clip and get an 8mm punch and punch the **** out of the bitch pin or if you have access to an air chisel.. that would be the best option

right zeeman? lol
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Old 14-May-2006, 08:07 PM
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air chisel is your best friend.
The bitch pin is a PITA....hence why its called the bitch pin.
The little c-clip may seem invisible...right chris? lol
But actually its quite visible and needs to be removed first to have access to the bitch pin.
Good luck.
Don't forget to remove the 12mm bolt that holds the stabilizer bar to the tranny.
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Old 14-May-2006, 08:11 PM
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just make sure you don't use weak objects to try to knock the pin out of place. Sometimes objects such as nails or screws will fit perfectly.. but they will snap off. But only torqueless guys tend to break weak objects in there and get it stuck and leave it for the big powerful boost ****** to take it out the next day.
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Old 14-May-2006, 10:22 PM
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**** it took me like 20 mins to knock that bitch out and laying under the car, my neck felt like a btich after. good luck
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Old 15-May-2006, 10:57 AM
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Originally posted by chris_si98
just make sure you don't use weak objects to try to knock the pin out of place. Sometimes objects such as nails or screws will fit perfectly.. but they will snap off. But only torqueless guys tend to break weak objects in there and get it stuck and leave it for the big powerful boost ****** to take it out the next day.
Sounds like a story is behind this
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