Asked by Nov 14, 2008 at 11:25 AM

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I am removing the engine and trans. from my 1960 PV 544.  I would like to know how to get the shifter off the transmissiom.

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I belive it is possible turn the round thing at the bottom and remove it up


The inside of the bottom of the shifter extension contains a "C" clip which holds the shifter extension on to the shifter stub . I use a very small pair of needle nose pliers to grab the "C" clip in the holes. I haven't found snap ring pliers strong enough to do the job hence the needle nose pliers with the long nose bent into a 90 degree angle. The clip is strong but removable

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