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I recently bought a 88 notchback mustang, it was originally a 4 cylinder car. Someone decided to do a v8 swap, but they left the 4 cylinder shifter in the car. Therefore the car does not shift like it's suppossed to, I bought an aod shifter used off of eBay and am having some problems installing it. The shifter I bought has a bracket that I am assuming is for the shifter cable but the 4 cylinder shifter does not have this. Are the linkages the same on the 4 and 8 cylinders? And if so where does the cable go? Thanks for any input.

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I recently bought a 88 notchback mustang, it was originally a 4 cylinder car. Someone decided to do a v8 swap, but they left the 4 cylinder shifter in the car. Therefore the car does not shift like it's suppossed to, I bought an aod shifter used off of eBay and am having some problems installing it. The shifter I bought has a bracket that I am assuming is for the shifter cable but the 4 cylinder shifter does not have this. Are the linkages the same on the 4 and 8 cylinders? And if so where does the cable go? Thanks for any input.
Does it have an AOD tranny in it, was the tranny moved back when the v-8 was put in it? Sounds to me you are going to have to make a new shifter bracket if the tranny was moved a new hole maybe. There is a lot you have not told us.

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