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turbo 350 adjustment

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by bigwalleye, Sep 13, 2005.

  1. bigwalleye

    bigwalleye Registered Member

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    cant get my t350 to shift into 1. What is an easy way to adjust the linkage? Also how much play should the colum shift lever have in park?
     
  2. dremu

    dremu Officious Thread Derailer Premium Member

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    Uhh ... there's only one adjustment to the linkage, AFAIK.

    Down by the tranny, on the left frame rail, is the hinge set up for the shift rail/lever/whatever you wanna call it.

    Put the tranny in park, then loosen the bolt down there ... move your lever in the cab to P, then tighten the bolt. Voila.

    Now, the *indicator* can be adjusted if the arrow is off (it's on the right side of the column, right about where the shift lever hits the column, phillips screw) but that's another matter entirely :D

    Mine are never quite dead-on, so I donno about play. That could be in the column or the tranny, I s'pose.

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