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I bought a used transmission for my '03 and just got it installed but didn't notice that the trans shift rod is different where the cable connects to it. I've been scouring parts diagrams and every one I see uses a ball and socket type connection but my trans has a straight pin with a groove in it so my shift cable will not connect to it. I assume its an early trans but can't confirm this as of yet. The trans has G9600100278 stamped on it. What I'm trying to find out is if anyone else has ran into this problem and how did you fix it, or what year trans is this so maybe I can order new shift cables that have the eyelet type of cable ends that will work with this trans? Or is there a bulletin on this somewhere?


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After some more digging it looks like the newer style is 996.424.041.10 ( with supercedes to .11,.12,.13,.14) and the older style is 996.424.041.07 (.08,.09). Can anyone confirm that the earlier style shifter cables will fit in the upper half or shifter area of an '03?

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