Chevrolet Silverado 1500 kit allows you to quickly and easily repair your shift cable by replacing the bushing. The patent pending coupling and custom molded replacement bushing ensures a quality repair with ease. A professional can perform this repair in under 5 minutes, average time for a non-professional is less than 10 minutes. This bushing is made from a material that was designed to outlast the factory bushing and includes everything needed to install.
The kit includes DIY instructions, custom molded bushings, and patent pending installation tool.
Please click here to view green bushing installation page.
This repair kit fits the following vehicles:
Chevrolet Silverado 1500/2500
(Automatic transmissions only. Fits exterior end of cable closest to the transmission.)
1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006
Chevrolet Silverado 1500
(Automatic transmissions only. Fits both ends of the transmission cable.)
2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017
Chevrolet Silverado 2500/3500
(4 SPD transmissions only. Fits both ends of the transmission cable.)
2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
Chevrolet Silverado 3500
(Automatic transmissions only. Fits exterior end of the cable nearest the transmission.)
2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006
Fits Cable ends similar to:
Order Online at www.BushingFix.com This shift cable bushing repair kit allows you to fix your Silverado shift cable bushing very easily. It takes about 2 minutes and comes with a Lifetime warranty, it's made from better material than the factory bushing so it'll last longer. http://www.bushingfix.com
Lifetime replacement warranty against defects in material or production. This warranty does not cover improper installation. For replacement, we may require pictures of failed parts and/or descriptions of failure, and return of the failed parts.
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Posted by Shawn on 28th Aug 2017
Worked exactly as they said. Very easy to do, it took longer to put the truck up on jack stands. It seems very snug and I think it will last for a long time.
Posted by Mr Kanook on 13th Jun 2017
Once I got the linkage piece degreased and figured out how to take it apart so I could work on it standing up (30 mins), it took 5 minutes to clean and install the new bushing and have my truck shifting gears again. If I had to do it again, it's a 10min tops job. This is a great product
Posted by Jeff W. on 27th Dec 2016
Product works as advertised. Wasted $30 dollars at the local parts store with no luck. I also replaced the rusted arm ($10) that the bushing fits over. It's been several weeks and still works fines.
Posted by Garry on 14th Oct 2016
It took me 2 minutes to pop out the old one and install the new bushing. The linkage snapped on to the stud with a secure feel and has been on for a week now.
$25 seems a bit high for a tiny piece of plastic but the alternative is buying a whole new cable.
Posted by Unknown on 14th Jul 2016
Product works as expected. I don't drive the vehicle often so I won't be able to say for long it will work but I'm not expecting any issues. The purchase and delivery were smooth and efficient. So why not 5 stars? Well, I believe it is a little pricey for the product 25 + shipping becomes ~$35. Which would be okay except you only get one little bushing which can easily be dropped and lost. Would I buy this product again? Yes.
Posted by Unknown on 24th Apr 2016
Didn't fit properly, made one shift and it was done.
Posted by Tom v. on 11th Dec 2015
I'm glad you sent both bushings because I tried the black one first and it was too big. The other one fit good. The hardest part was getting the old one out. The video helped me see what I was dealing with. The local chevy dealer wanted to sell me the whole cable for $167 .thanks
Posted by fritzi on 17th Sep 2015
It was easy to use. Took me 20 minutes to get the old one out and the new one in. Great product
Posted by bruce e. maness on 10th Aug 2015
Prior to ordering this part, I had the stripped-out cable end zip-tied to the transmission shift lever. It works ok but you can't get down in your lower gears without stressing the zip-tie, and you probably would not want your wife driving the truck for very long like that.
I removed the old bushing completely like the instructions say, but I'm not sure I needed to, or even should have. The bushing pushed easily ( a little too easily for me) onto the cable opening. No orange tool needed.
I then pushed the assembly back onto the transmission lever tit. Once engaged, I did not pull it off again. I kinda pulled on it a little bit and it held, but did not seem all that tight a fit. I hope I am wrong and it holds ok. I put a new tie-wrap around the whole deal just to make sure...
Posted by Unknown on 25th May 2015
Did the trick
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