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oas Mar 24, 1:59pm - #133406 
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need help with SS please help fast

hi
im innstaling my twm short shifter but the window up and down butons has a wier i dont can get out , is it only to pull in the clip on it and drag ity out?
plz helkkp fast
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csheriff Mar 24, 2:16pm - #133407 
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yeah its just a clip, you might need a little screwdriver to pop it loose, i cant remember off the top of my head.

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csheriff Mar 24, 2:19pm - #133408 
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i just went out and checked, you can do it with your fingers, just push in the little clip on the side facing the front of car, and just wiggle harness off.

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DiabloGTS Mar 24, 2:26pm - #133409 

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you'll need a screw driver unless you have long nails or tiny fingers.

Push in the clip, and the harness will slide out.

When you get the center console apart, don't loose the two "arms" or the console will wiggle when you put it together

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oas Mar 24, 2:33pm - #133410 
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ok tnx got it open lol was just a little hard
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csheriff Mar 24, 2:42pm - #133411 
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Originally Posted by DiabloGTS
you'll need a screw driver unless you have long nails or tiny fingers.

Push in the clip, and the harness will slide out.

When you get the center console apart, don't loose the two "arms" or the console will wiggle when you put it together
well maybe i have long nails and tiny finger. wink

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oas Mar 24, 3:43pm - #133412 
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wath shall i use to get the long pin that is located in the red spot on the pic
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csheriff Mar 24, 5:03pm - #133413 
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you will need a small punch, one again im not sure quite what size, but the smaller the better, just hit it out with a hammer, itll come out pretty easy, but it will go back in hard.

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oas Mar 24, 6:22pm - #133414 
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its hard to put in reverse
i dont have knob on yet
is it normal
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csheriff Mar 24, 7:57pm - #133415 
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id say that that reverse is the only gear that got harder to find, but it shouldnt be to difficult. if its just a little different that should be normal. once you get the knob on it'll go easier.

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oas Mar 24, 8:06pm - #133416 
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ok tnx for the help i got it fhinsed
nice its just a little squizy soond when i shift . cudd it be bad greas or somfhing?
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Gen7fan Mar 24, 8:53pm - #133417 
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Originally Posted by oas
ok tnx for the help i got it fhinsed
nice its just a little squizy soond when i shift . cudd it be bad greas or somfhing?



Lube up your linkage inside and outside the care with some white lithium grease, should fix the problem.
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SatinSilverGTS Mar 24, 8:57pm - #133418 

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Yeah make sure you grease that mofo really good..then you should nt have any problems directions are straight forward and easy enough ..I have the same SS and that IMO is the best mod you can get for the money.

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oas Mar 24, 8:59pm - #133419 
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ok tnx again lol i just 6 hour innst6alling it lol rofl
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CeLlYgT04 Mar 24, 9:18pm - #133420 

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Originally Posted by oas
ok tnx again lol i just 6 hour innst6alling it lol rofl


6 hours!? eek
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oas Mar 25, 2:51pm - #133421 
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hahaha yes im noob lol
anyway now its working hers a pick
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oas Mar 25, 2:53pm - #133422 
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ohh and wath did you peepz use to get teh road up?
its for the moment just lose and making a sound when i shift to 2 , 4 and 6 smile
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