|01-18-2007 10:34 PM|
|BILLYWALTON||I Got My Shifter Fixed...it Was A Insulator That Gose Up In The Clip That Connects The Upper Shifter To The Lower Shifter....part Number J324181....$5.65|
|01-08-2007 09:21 PM|
|BILLYWALTON||i took the shifter out today and remomed the clip it appears to have four catches and two of the are missing...anyone know where i can ge these...link if you got one|
|01-05-2007 08:36 PM|
|BILLYWALTON||i put a picture of one like it as my signture....following the shifter handle down the rod...where it gets fat square looking is where it came apart.|
|01-05-2007 08:12 PM|
that is not like mine...it comes apart more like where the last curve is ....like level with the black plug thing....it is hard to explain....my shifter rod is not that long it connects about half way down kida like if you cut that shifter in half and joined it ....where it joins the bottom half it slides together before it gets to the linkage at the bottom...kinda has a square hole.
i will figure out how to post a pic...if nothing else i will email you a picture.
|01-05-2007 11:49 AM|
|Odd is he||
Its the best i could find... Although that is not the stock linkage its the best its very similar..
The allen key bolt is on the bottom side of what i highlighted
|01-05-2007 09:10 AM|
|BILLYWALTON||Anybody got a picture of this procedure...I am having trouble picturing it in my head....as to where the allen bolt gose.|
|01-05-2007 05:37 AM|
|Odd is he||
The rod from the T-case slides into the hole at the bottom of the shifter.... and then their is a allen key bolt that holds it in
It's a bitch to do if you have your skid plate on and only yourself doing it... I've done it though
|01-04-2007 10:31 PM|
It appears to be metal.I tried to slide it back together but I couldnt keep the little metal clips back...I figured there must be a trick to it...
as I am looking at the transfer case shifter it only appears to have three little pieces of metal in it ...And the shaft coming up from transfer case has a groove that gose all the way around.
|01-04-2007 10:24 PM|
|AzTJ||They should be just the hard plastic clips, if so, you have to push REALY hard to snap them back on.|
|01-04-2007 09:17 PM|
new jeep owner...transfercase shifter problems
I have a 1990 wrangler 4.2 automatic...well today i reached to shift into 4x4 and the dang thing come loose.
I climbed under it and noticed that it has a clip up in the shifter that connects it. my question is how do I get this thing back together...I already put it back in 2 wheel drive.
I am in Carrollton Georgia if anyone is close.