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Old 09-20-2004, 05:52 PM
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how much should the shifter stabilizer actualy move during shifts. mine moves about 3/16s to 1/4 with the shifter, is this right. im having alot of problems with ginding and getting into gear and getting out of second. i would thing the stabilizer should be pretty solid, am i wrong?
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What bushings are you using? Have you gone under and checked that all the linkage was nice and tight?
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i got new bushings and it helped aton with movement and more accurate shifts it moved intot he right place easier i guess you could say
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ya the stabilizer rocks back and forth and the mount on the tranny. likw ehre you put the bolt through, should that be nice and tight. and yes everything moves around quite a bit. but i dont know whats acceptable
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its going to move quite a bit just because you have a fwd car the linkages do that but just get the new bushings anyways, you're better off with them can't hurt ya know?
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heres the link to my problem
https://honda-tech.com/zerothread?id=989233
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anyone else?
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