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Replacement AT Shift for Forester

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#1 howards11


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Posted 27 January 2004 - 07:27 PM

Periodically I see a guy on eBay selling a new in box Subaru leather shift for a Forester automatic. I've been afraid of bidding on it because I don't know how simple a job it is to replace the original shift. Plus the gentleman selling it does not have any instructions with it.

My question: How do you replace the shift on a Forester automatic?


#2 subeman90



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Posted 28 January 2004 - 03:37 PM

If I remember correctly...there is a screw or 2 into the side of the shift lever...remove and pull up on the "t" handle maybe? I would look at my forester for you but..... 5Speed :D


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