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Old 29 Oct 2003, 03:24 pm
john
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Default Hey Acura God, question on rsx-s shifter cables

Hi,

I am glad you are back ;-)

I understand that the shifter in my RSX-S drives cables that in turn
drives the transmission gear changes.

Is there a way to tight up these cables (adjust) a bit.

The shifter seem to get looser after 2 years and I just wander if
tighting the cables up a bit would solve any problem with the crunchy
shifting to 2nd. I do not remember the car being so bad when I got it
and I remember the shifter being thighter.

My experience with all cable driven system is that they get looser after
a while and need to be ajusted.

Also 1st gear pops out and shifter comes back to neutral by itself once
in a while on start up when I do not take care of making sure it is
fully engaged in first (shifter all the way up in first) before I
release the clutch. It feels like; because the cable got some slack in
it, I have to really go all the way up with the shifter so the gear is
engaged properly.

Thanks,

-john

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