About the Fix
About Us: BushingFix is a local engineering firm specializing in the design and manufacturing of automotive parts. Our engineers develop superior replacement parts and installation systems for common part failures that the OEM has no specific part available. Our aim is to develop and manufacture patented replacement parts that save not only the client money but the cost of labor. We are also a proud member of the Automatic Transmission Rebuilders Association.
Superior Products: Our bushing kits are designed to outlast the vehicle. Made from the highest quality polymer available, our bushings are engineered and tested to ensure a snug, long lasting fit. Not only do we provide you with a superior bushing, but also the invaluable installation tools, providing ease of install every time! BushingFix provides safety, ease, affordability and the professional expertise you can trust.
The Problem We Solve: Until now, a broken shift cable bushing required replacing the entire cable!
What an inconvenience! You go to pull out of a parking lot or driveway and upon putting the car in reverse, nothing happens. The shift lever moves without resistance but the car doesn't go in to gear. This rather common problem affects several kinds of vehicles, and while it's not as bad as an internal transmission failure, it's still expensive to replace the entire shift cable and not to mention the labor to install it, sometimes more than 2 hours!
With an inexpensive shift cable bushing repair kit, the fix is EASY!
With this kit, you can:
**Replace just the bushing!
**Repair your shift cable better than a factory cable!
**Do it yourself, in your driveway, using only basic hand tools!
And most importantly, save money! The bushing kit includes the necessary parts to make installation easy for anyone and includes a new bushing made from material better than the cheap plastic that came from the factory. This will outlast your factory bushing, it comes with a warranty, and has been tested in several vehicles over several thousand miles.
When it's this easy to fix, why would you buy a shift cable ever again?