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    1. Member bigger daddy's Avatar
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      05-11-2006 12:30 PM #1
      I think the bushings are going, on my 83 4 sp. The shifter is getting sloppy and finding first is getting to be a challenge. However when the car is cold the shifting is fine I have looked at the Bentley and the diagrams for the shifter linkage, bushings etc are kinda vague looking. could someone post a better diagram? I really don't want to mess it up. It's a daily driver. Which bushing kit?

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    2. 05-11-2006 12:31 PM #2
      search button,,, thats where i found the diagram I was looking for.

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      05-11-2006 12:34 PM #3
      You can find a shift linkage diagram on my web page:
      - http://www.4crawler.com/Diesel...ction
      '82 diesel pickup, Missing LinkZ custom shift linkage, Quaiffe transaxle, Bilstein shocks F/R.

    4. 05-11-2006 04:15 PM #4
      The 4 and 5 speed bushing kits are pretty much the same, but if you replace the two plastic tipped levers also (#'s 60 and 55, below), you need to get the two for the 4 speed, not the 5 speed.

      4 speed linkage ("save" this now for future reference):

      4-speed man. gearbox
      shift mechanism / 4-speed man. gearbox

      1 171711051C
      gearshift lever

      2 N 90908301
      shouldered hex. nut, self-locking / M8

      3 171711067B
      bearing bush

      4 171711081
      protective plate

      5 171711083B
      bearing bracket

      (5) 175711083
      bearing bracket
      for models with power steering

      7 171711113A
      boot for gearstick
      171711113A 8BM
      black
      171711113A 2RB
      saddle brown
      replacement: / 171 711 113 A
      / (8BM)

      (7) 155711113B
      boot for gearstick (leatherette)
      155711113B 5CY
      black

      7A 171711115
      boot for gearstick / SCIR.
      171711115 05T
      black

      8 171711119A
      clips

      10 171711125B
      gearshift lever / GOLF;JETTA

      (10) 531711121
      gearshift lever / SCIR.

      11 113711141D
      gearstick knob / M12X1,5

      (13) 161711141
      gearstick knob / 1-4,R / DIESEL:
      / FORMEL E
      161711141 01C
      satin black

      13 191711141
      gearstick knob / 1-4,R
      191711141 01C
      satin black

      14 171711151B
      selector shaft /

      15 171711163D
      relay lever / GOLF:S704
      for models with power steering

      15 171711163D
      relay lever
      F >> 15-C-014 099
      F >> 16-C-261 712
      F >> 17-C-261 712
      F >> 53-C-036 641
      (15) 171711163E
      relay lever
      F 15-C-014 100>>
      F 16-C-261 713>>
      F 17-C-261 713>>
      F 53-C-036 642>>

      16 171711173
      relay shaft

      17 N 0221464
      hexagon nut, self-locking / VM8

      18 N 01152520
      washer / A8,4X16X1,6

      (19) 171711177E
      selector lever
      also use: / >>15-C-014099
      / >>16-C-261712
      / >>17-C-261712
      / >>53-C-036641
      / 171 711 163 E
      (19) 175711177C
      selector lever / GOLF:S704
      for models with power steering

      20 171711965
      seal / 18X6X4

      21 171711181
      bearing bush

      22 171711185B
      selector shaft

      23 171711194G
      bracket for gearshift rod /

      26 N 01152520
      washer / A8,4X16X1,6

      27 N 0221464
      hexagon nut, self-locking / VM8

      28 171711195C
      boot

      31 431711197
      pressure spring

      32 N 0124121
      securing ring / 12X1

      33 171711217
      bush

      34 N 01152520
      washer / A8,4X16X1,6

      35 N 0221464
      hexagon nut, self-locking / VM8

      36 171711166
      bearing bush

      37 171711199A
      fitted bolt

      38 N 0122265
      spring washer / B6X12X0,5

      39 N 02214811
      hexagon nut, self-locking / VM6

      39A 171711210
      cover

      40 171711227A
      spacer ring

      41 171711222A
      shield / ïåðåäí. / JETTA,SCIR.
      / 1.6ltr.
      / 63KW

      42 171711229A
      shield / çàäí. / JETTA,SCIR.
      / 1.6ltr.
      / 63KW

      43 N 0102186
      hexagonal head bolt / M6X25

      44 N 0115476
      washer / A6,5X14X1,6

      45 N 02214811
      hexagon nut, self-locking / VM6

      46 803711237A
      pipe clip

      47 N 01024416
      hexagonal head bolt / M8X30

      48 N 01100830
      hexagonal nut / M8

      49 171711247
      bearing for gearshift lever

      50 171711261B
      cover plate

      51 N 01021612
      hexagonal head bolt / M6X18

      52 N 0115476
      washer / A6,5X14X1,6

      54 171711561
      securing spring

      55 171711574A
      selector rod /

      56 171711583A
      bearing bracket

      57 N 01023911
      hexagonal head bolt / M8X18

      58 N 0120387
      spring ring / 8

      59 171711586A
      relay bracket

      60 171711593D
      selector rod / diagonal

      61 G 052142A2
      poly lubricant / 400G

      171798211
      repair kit for selector mechanism



      Modified by chickenfriend at 4:27 PM 5-11-2006


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      05-11-2006 04:37 PM #5
      Here's another one for you

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      05-11-2006 05:11 PM #6
      thanks, is this an easy or difficult job?
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      05-11-2006 05:16 PM #7
      On a scale of 1 to 10 with 10 being the most difficult, I would say that the replacement of shifter bushings is about 1.5 on the pain scale.

      Cheers, WWR.

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    8. 05-11-2006 05:17 PM #8
      it's easy as pie - just go slow, don't yank it all apart at once.

      I just did the linkage on the Captain's 16v, took all of about 1 hour (even with the usual dinking around)...


    9. 05-11-2006 05:40 PM #9
      Also, forgot to mention, always remeber that if you change the "lever" as shown on the above diagram, which is a metal piece with a rubber ball on the end, you need to get the one for the four speed, which is slightly longer that the 5-speed one.

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      05-12-2006 06:34 AM #10
      Good to know buzbomb
      May have to bring it over to the captains for guidance
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