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Old 02-28-2010, 01:03 AM
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How to adjust the shift indicator??

So I went and replaced my instrument cluster lights and in the process of everything, i had to disconnect the shift selector (PRND21) frome the cluster. Well.... somehow during the corse of events when I put everything back together, i noticed that the selector is off by a gear. park shows as reverse, reverse as neutral and so on. the linkage to the trany is fine and everything works as it should. But how do i fix it so that when im in park it reads as being in park? Thanks for any help and the truck is a 97 4x4 extended cab with the 4.6 if that makes any difference.
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You should be able to reach down along side of the bottom right hand side of the column while sitting in the drivers seat and there is a threaded black adjusting nut that will allow you to do this.
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thanks! the bracket around mine is broken.... time to find the super glue! lol
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so the only thing the super glue wouldnt stick to was the little bracket. but i did manage to rig it with a twist tie. how do you go about replacing this thing? is it a total beeatch?
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