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Old 08-24-2006, 11:56 PM
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shifter for C4/C6 autobox

Hi - does anyone know of a good replacement shifter for my C4/C6 auto box please? Mine has problems locating properly for each gear, R, P etc.

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Why don't you reset the placement? It's only one nut. Loosen the nut, it's on the driver's side of the transmission. Once loosened, set the lever to reverse, as it has a better spot for a groove than park, which is just empty space (Just a personal preference on this one). Set the transmission to Reverse. When the selector lever is in R, right where you want it, bolt it down to the transmission pretty tight. It'll handle it from then on. Make sure it starts in park and neutral and you'll be fine. What car is this in?
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C4 C6 shifter

Thanks for that. The shifter itself is hard to move also - it feels like it's holding against the tunnel or something. I'll have to get under and check it out.

The 302 and C6 are in a Capri MK1 Perana from South Africa. Will post some shots when it's decent looking. Mechanicals nearly there - body and paint not.

cheers Chris
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I hear you. Sounds nice. Can't wait to get a look at it! There's a nut that holds the shifter in place down there, too. You can loosen it a bit, grease and lube the shifter, and it'll ride more smoothly.
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