Customer Reviews: Quality Rubber Shift Boot - LARGE! 1990-2005
My old boot was torn up and letting hot air through. A new one fixed the problem.
Note: If this boot needs replacing, there are three other things that might need work as well that you should check when you replace your boot.
a) Your small rubber shift boot (3 bolts). Mine was torn up just as bad as my large one.
b) Check to see that the 4 bolts clamping the piece that the small shift boot bolts onto are tight. This is essential; the shifter pivots on this bracket, so a loose bracket will result is sloppy shifter action. Mine were so loose I was able to twist them two turns tighter with only my fingers.
c) If you unbolt the small boot and pull it out the shifter, you should see transmission fluid in the resulting hole. The condition/level of the fluid should be noted. In my NB there was no fluid visible because the fluid had been filled through the fill bolt of the transmission rather than through the top of the shifter. On NA cars the shifter fluid and transmission fluid are independent of one another.
Fit perfectly. Couldn't have asked for anything better, especially for the price. Had the new rubber smell too!
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