Jeep Grand Cherokee manual transfer case shift cable kit (US patent #10,619,723 and #10,215,273) allows you to quickly and easily repair your 4X4 shift selector cable by replacing the bushing. The patented 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. Bushing Fix® HR1KIT™- Transmission Shift Cable Bushing Repair Kit ™; (US Patent # 10,215,273 and US Patent # 10,619,723).
The kit includes DIY instructions, custom molded bushing, and patented installation tools.
This kit fits the following vehicles:
Jeep Grand Cherokee Transfer Case
(Manual transfer case)
1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004
REPAIRS CABLE STYLE:
Warranty InformationLifetime 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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The bushing was an exact replacement. It was a little hard to push in but it’s much more snug than the oe bushing and i can actually put it back into 2wd now. The price could be cheaper for sure but overall the initial review it’s great.
I used this kit for my 04 wj grand cherokee. I watched the videos on you tube and they helped but when your on your back under the jeep it's not as easy as they make it look but I does fit and work. Only gripe is 30.00 is a little pricey when after I ordered I found it at a dodge dealer for 7.00 but I'll know next time.
Tough to install. But once in worked well
Installed easy. Seems to be working fine so far.
BUSHING SOFT SO HAS TO BE ROLLED INTO CABLE END, DID NOT FEEL LIKE IT SNAPPED ONTO SHIFT LEVER PIN.
I chose the correct bushing on the first try thanks to watching the product videos and comparing to the cable on my vehicle and the pin on my transfer case, but the little plastic press in tool did not work at all - so I tucked the bushing through the cable hole with a tiny screwdriver instead.
Had to dremmel it down just a bit to get it to fit but otherwise worked as advertised. Glad I found this option only other option I found was to replace entire cable just to get the bushing I needed.