Date: 27 Sep 2001 14:16:34 GMT
From: davehinznopsamcop.net
Subject: Re: shifter pin


Christopher Lambert <lambertcnopsame.rr.com> pressed random keys until the following was produced: > I'm trying to remove the pin that holds the shifter rod to the > transmission. It will not push out, even using a C-clamp. I have also > tried to get to the other clamp (a few inches further back), but am > unable to get a wrench on the nut. I'm about at the point of getting > the hacksaw and cutting through the damn rod, but I don't know how much > a new one would be. Any ideas? Well, you don't say what model, but in all the ones I've dealt with (newest being a Saab 99), those pins are tapered, and only want to come out one way. Take the nut from the end it's on, to the end it isn't, and tighten, which will pull it out of the tapered hole. If what I describe above doesn't look like what you have, then disregard. But, I'd be surprised if they aren't still using tapered pins for this; it makes sense to do. Dave Hinz

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