How do you pull the shifter on a 1993 Ford 2WD F-150?
(IF) we are speaking of a manual transmission: Remove the boot at the base of the shifter. The bolts holdin the sifter in place will then be revealed. Make certain, very important, that the transmission is in neutral. Then remove the containg bolts and the transmission shifter should pull straight up and should go back in the same way. Again make sure the transmission is in neutral.
Shawna: Coming from had a manual transmission in one of my F150 trucks, one very important thing is missing. The spring! There will usually be a spring under the shifter stick. I looked at the Ford dealership exploded diagrams when I tried to get one. Ford does not stock them anymore and all part shops do not carry them. Without that little spring your transmission will not go back together correctly and shifting with become a large pain in the rear when it comes to putting it into 1st gear. At that point you just have to go down to the junkyard and get a used manual transmission for a lousy spring!
There's really not much point in that, unless you simultaneously replace the rear wheel with a single speed wheel and add some chain guides. But if you insist: unhook shifter cable by the shifter and pull it out. Pull grip(s) off handlebar. Loosen Allen screw on underside of shifter clamp. Pull shifter off.
There is a plastic rod inside of the shifter arm, it unlocks the shifter from the park position when the button on the shifter handle is pressed. So, press in on the shifter button and pull the shift handle straight UP (you might have to pull hard). You should be able to remove the broken pieces of the plastic rod with some wire. You might have to go to a junk yard for a replacement.
The 1993 Ford F-150 has the most common hook-end wiper arms. See sources and related links below for installation videos. Locate and press the tab or button where the wiper blade is inserted into the hook of the wiper arm and pull wiper blade out of hook. You may have to rotate and flex the blade to make enough clearance for the hook to pass through.
i got the same problem.i turn the key a little then put the shifter into neutral.cant change gears from park.also it keeps popping the fuse.looking for an answer to that then maybe i can get it fixed. The ABS light has nothing to do with the shifting...just a (coincidence)[<--spelling].. anyway, try letting out on the clutch just a little bit as you shift into gear. as for the ABS light... That is your speed sensor…
There is a clip in the front of the shifter handle, put the shifter in first gear and you can see it. pull it out with a regular screw driver. pull the shifter knob off, the the Gear select insert does come out. there are four bolts under that, then there are two inside the center compartment also, then the whole works will come out.
Sure. There are two things that has to match, the number of gears, and the actuation ratio or the rear derailer. If the rear derailer is a Shimano, then it'll take a Shimano shifter no problem. If it is an SRAM derailer, then you have to figure out if it's the Shimano-compatible version or the 1:1 pull SRAM version. If it's long-pull SRAM, you'll need a long-pull SRAM shifter. Once that's sorted out, unhook shifter…
What size motor and is it an automatic or a manual? if it is a manual...check the long plastic band in the gear shifter. That is what pulls up on safety latch when you pull up on the release lever right on top of the shifter. Mine came off and I was not able to put it into reverse. It only took 2 minutes to fix it. Good luck.
You have to pull the driveshaft then the transfer case,for 4-wheel drive.Remove the shifter to the top of transmission and the 4-wheel drive shifter, all connections,Support the transmission disconnect the slave cylinder hose at the slave cylinder.Pull the transmission.You will then see the slave cylinder and throw out bearing. Get a shop manual for details
If its a automatic,I had the same problem, take a small flat head screwdriver. And in the front of the shifter, facing towards the stereo is a little slit in the shifter and you will see a tiny U-shaped pin. put the screw driver between the pin an shifter an pop it out towards your deck and then pull the shifter up and off.