GM Automatic Transmission Shift Cable Repair Kit

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Many GM vehicles equipped with automatic transmissions manufactured in the early 2000s use an automatic transmission shifter cable that has a neoprene retainer to connect it to the transmission.

That cable connection to the transmission is located right next to a catalytic converter which exposes the neoprene retainer to intense amount of high heat.

The heat exposure degrades the neoprene retainer material to the point of failure which allows the cable to disconnect from the transmission leaving the vehicle owner with no way of selecting any gear in the automatic transmission.

I show you how to install an automatic transmission shift cable repair kit that was originally developed by Richard Bellville which is a well known person in the Chevy SSR owner community.