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Old 05-18-2005, 10:23 AM
YseanY YseanY is offline
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Autosolutions SSK

I just installed an autosolutions shifter, ultra kit. But i have a question for those have this kit, does your shifter, in neutral sit slightly leaned to the right? It seems like the shift pattern is shifted to the right. Is this normal? Or was something install incorrectly.

I asked autosolutions and was told to turn the shifter 180 degrees, but when i do that, the shifter would sit way too close to the A/C. So i think it is installed correctly, anyone else w/ this shifter?

thanks!
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