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Thread: Shift Linkage

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    bwyffels is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    Jul 2009

    Shift Linkage

    I am having issues with my car shifting. It wants to pop out of 6th and is hard going into reverse and sometimes first. I have a brand new rpm level V transmission that was installed last week, but think I have a shift linkage that is slightly bent. Are there any aftermarket options for shift linkage or readily available upgrades to make to the linkage? I am planning to replace the stock linkage with oem barring any aftermarket options.

    I swear after all the time and money I have in the V that if I don't get it to shift nice and smooth and precise I am going to finally bite the bullet and sell it at a huge loss. Thanks guys.


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    rand49er is offline All V1s should be maggied.
    Automobile(s): 2005 CTS-V, 2017 Volt Premier
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    South Lyon, MI

    Re: Shift Linkage

    Doesn't it seem a bit coincidental that this occurred so close in time with the "new" transmission? I'm sure you've taken this up with RPM.
    '05 CTS-V, Maggie, Kooks, Hotchkis, Ground Control, Corsa, B&M, DSS/Hendrix, Full 3M Clear Bra, Autovation, V Headrests, CTS Console, STS-V 55w Fogs, Black Vette FRCs, Specter Werkes, Katech LS9 Clutch, SS Brake Lines, Heavymetals U-Turn Fuel Line Eliminator, Momo Combat Evo Shift Knob, Wldwhl Clear Sidemarkers, Linea Corse LC855 Wheels, plus a couple more. Mustang dyno'd at 472 RWHP/411 RWTQ.


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