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09-20-2004 09:58 AM
dawg ok ill try
09-19-2004 07:35 AM
stu Drop the pan and have a look at the lever.
There is a small clip that can be removed. This will give you a better chance at freeing it up.
09-19-2004 07:15 AM
dawg
stuck detent (kickdown cable)

ok after my 69 camaro came out of storage the detent cable was frozen solid?
its connected to a TH350 tranny.
removing the pan and cable I noticed the cable was not frozen but the mechanism the cable is hooked to is in the valve body.
So my question is can I free that up or do i need to remove the valve body and do a rebuild?

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