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charlie

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Hey guys looking to adjust my shifter cables I have almost 500 miles on it now and some times its a little tuff to grab 3rd gear or reverce if I am in a hurry. I have read the manual but its not real clear to me. I know it can be adjusted at the shifter and at the transmission but it seems like if I lossen both ends and move the cable seems like I am only gonna move the outter part of the cable. so how are you guys doing this whats the best way to do it?? thanx charlie

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I haven't have needed to adjust mine but here is what I would think needs to be done. There is a relationship between the two levers comming out of the transmission. One lever does the shifting and the other tells the transmission which one of the 3 shift pairs to shift. This would be 1st and 2nd, 3rd and 4th, and finally 5th and reverse. If the one lever that moves when the shifter is moved from side to side isn't at the just right position, the the transmission won't be able to be shifted properly into either side of the pair of gears it's trying to shift. I would try adjusting the cable that moves when you move the shifter from side to side. In other words try adjusting just the one cable one way or the other to see if it helps. But remember where you started from. If this doesn't work, go back to its starting point and try adjusting the other cable one way or the other. If the other cable isn't putting the lever it's connected to back to a neutral position, it won't allow the lever that moves when shifter moves from side to side to move easily or at all. Keep in mind that there is a definate relationship between the two levers. Each one has to be in the correct position for the other one to move correctly.

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