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Old 04-15-2011, 05:53 PM
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update dead link

Here's an updated link for the 92-09 GMC Envoy Shifter Cable Repair Pin kit

http://www.atfspeed.com/store/index....lsafemgidpsu94
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Old 06-20-2011, 04:58 PM
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Thanks to all. The link is a great money saver. Mine just broke last week and my wife had to go on a trip. I was able to pop out the small bushing and flip it over, and with the help of two tie wraps securing the cable to the shift linkage she was able to make the trip. I am about to order the part.
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Old 08-16-2011, 10:32 AM
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Bushing Pin

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I finally found just the bushing/pin needed to fix the shifter cable at the following site:

http://www.atfbilletparts.com/shifte...pair-kits-c-21

$19 and you don't need to replace the entire cable.

Hope this helps.
Hi the link to the website is no longer working is there a way you could direct me to another site with this part? Thanks
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Old 08-17-2011, 11:30 AM
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I just received my pins (there were two in the package) to replace the broken bushing at the end of my shift cable. I had to slightly enlarge the opening in the end of the plastic shift cable, which was easily accomplished with a drill bit. Installation was straightforward and easy. Watch the video on their website for instructions, and don't hesitate to call them. They were very helpful on the phone.

Saved me a bunch of time and money by using this replacement pin. Should have been designed by the factory like this.
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Old 08-17-2011, 12:01 PM
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Welcome, notents! And thanks for the detail. Don't think I've ever seen a longer delay from join date to first post, but glad you joined the party!



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Old 08-17-2011, 12:24 PM
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Automatic Transmission Factory
www.atfspeed.com/

I just received my pins (there were two in the package) to replace the broken bushing at the end of my shift cable. I had to slightly enlarge the opening in the end of the plastic shift cable, which was easily accomplished with a drill bit. Installation was straightforward and easy. Watch the video on their website for instructions, and don't hesitate to call them. They were very helpful on the phone.

Saved me a bunch of time and money by using this replacement pin. Should have been designed by the factory like this.
OK thanks I will take a look at this video and let you again thanks.
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Old 08-17-2011, 01:46 PM
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Automatic Transmission Factory
www.atfspeed.com/

I just received my pins (there were two in the package) to replace the broken bushing at the end of my shift cable. I had to slightly enlarge the opening in the end of the plastic shift cable, which was easily accomplished with a drill bit. Installation was straightforward and easy. Watch the video on their website for instructions, and don't hesitate to call them. They were very helpful on the phone.

Saved me a bunch of time and money by using this replacement pin. Should have been designed by the factory like this.
Just a quick question I did order the part and I watched the video, it seemed easy but was it esay to get the head out of the shifter cable pin, I saw were the gut grinded it down and popped it out. Was that nessary?
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Old 08-28-2011, 11:18 AM
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I finally found just the bushing/pin needed to fix the shifter cable at the following site:

http://www.atfbilletparts.com/shifte...pair-kits-c-21

$19 and you don't need to replace the entire cable.

Hope this helps.
Have the same problem with my sons TB, could you please repost the link, it's not working....old I guess.
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Old 08-28-2011, 11:36 AM
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Old links can be tracked down by editing the URL to start at the main page, and seeing what's there and poking about.

In this case, look here:

http://www.atfspeed.com/store/index....index&cPath=21



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Old 08-28-2011, 11:42 AM
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Old links can be tracked down by editing the URL to start at the main page, and seeing what's there and poking about.

In this case, look here:

http://www.atfspeed.com/store/index....index&cPath=21
Thaanks for the quick responce Roadie!!

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