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I don't know where this bracket is used. by LornesGT
Started on: 08-09-2014 11:14 PM
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Last post by: unboundmo on 08-12-2014 02:52 AM
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Originally posted by LornesGT:



Does it mount to the head and hold the shift cable up for the Getrag?
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Originally posted by MstangsBware:


Does it mount to the head and hold the shift cable up for the Getrag?


I second that opinion.
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Goes on the corner of the front (window side) head, nearest the driver. Designed to support the shifter cable.
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No longer needed with the revised cable routing for the Getrag 5-speed.

See NOTICE in install section here:
http://www.meisners.net/fiero/TSB/TSB88714.htm


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Originally posted by fierosound:

...revised cable routing for the Getrag 5-speed.


I've asked this question before, but I seem to recall seeing differing opinions since then.

Does the Getrag select cable (left to right motion for shifter) come up to the bracket on the tranny from under or from on top of the coolant crossover pipe?
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I noticed it too when i did the rebuild.. I have the getrag muncie 5sp. I thought it was just a "in-case" guard for anything dropping on the exhaust... It came off at the beginning of the rebuild so I put it back on to be complete.
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