Project Lazarus said:Ah....I just did this. There should have been a nut on the longer side of the screw. If there still is one there, take it off and thread it on the other side..all the way on. Soon enough it should break the grip the shifter has. When it does that, tap in the longer side of the screw, then pull off the shifter.
Wait a minute.....that's a 4 spd, isn't it?
I couldn't see the spring loaded thing and am frankly bumfuzzled. I have tried multiple things and spent around 4 or 5 hours messing with it. Sunday I thought I had it worked perfectly for about 20 minutes then gradually got worse. The pins keep slipping out and just don't seem right. I think I am gonna have to park her till I can get some cash and bring her in to the shop. What really pisses me off is that while it was kinda a pain to drive before I never once had a problem getting it into any gear except once in a great while reverse and now I have problems with 3 45 and sometimes r.slim said:My pins just snaped into place with mine. I also couldnt get reverse for awhile. There is a thing in there on the left that is spring loaded. That has to be pushed foward before putting the shifter back in. I think it is what keeps you from going from 5th to reverse while going down the road.