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Old 12-28-2010, 02:20 AM   #1 (permalink)
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1990 cummins shifter problems

Let me start off by saying i am new here i have been building a 1990 dodge so far i have done a lift kit, 11.00 / 16 michelin xzl's 5" exhaust, i have a tranny ready to switch out that is built by DTT and has the DTT hd t/c. i went to back up the other day and my shifter just slid down instead of shifting it out of park i cant seem to find any info on how the steering colum tube is connected to the shift lever and if i can tighten it back up or if its on a key way or some other hardwear to tighten up. any info would be appreciated.

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Bump! i have taken the steering column apart partially but didnt have the tool to take out the pivot pins. I got it back together but it still slips sometimes when you try to shift out of park so i have to get out and move the linkage manually.
does anyone else ever have this problem i am about to put my b&m shifter in lol.
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