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Old 10-31-2018, 12:29 PM
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Gear Shift Assistant Pro

Has anyone installed the Gear Shift Assit Pro shifter themselves?

In the picture (web link) the outgoing part of the gearbox it would seem to have blocks defined for each gear separately, in which case the blocks should be in a fixed position when installed.

Or whether the correct gear must be selected when installed or whether the position/gear does not matter?

Or is it more sensible to leave this to the mechanic to be installed since activation of the code must be done at the service center.

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Re: Gear Shift Assistant Pro

I'm stupid.
It does not matter which position the shifter will be installed. Adjust as usual with the shift lever so that the gears change correctly.
Gearshift shaft does not make a continuous rotating motion. Always rotate the same amount and return to the starting position.
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