Our Jeep Wrangler kit allows you to quickly and easily repair your shift cable by replacing the bushing. The patent pending coupling and custom molded replacement bushing ensure a quality repair with ease. A professional can perform this repair in under 2 minutes, average time for a non-professional is less than 5 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 bushing, and patent pending installation tools.
Please click here to view installation video.
Bushing fits into transmission shift cable linkages for:
(4spd automatic the exterior cable end!!! The end closest to the transmission)
2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010,
2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017
Generally fits cable ends similar to the ones below:
Order Online at www.BushingFix.com This shift cable bushing repair kit allows you to fix your Jeep Wrangler shift cable linkage very easily. It takes about 2 minutes and comes with a 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 Chantlalok Rain Castro on 8th Nov 2017
small black rubber should have only costed $1.00, what a rip off at $25.00 plus shipping $ 5.00. White Man keeps stealing.
Posted by JP Renaud on 9th Oct 2017
This product was amazingly easy to use. I had my Jeep (2007 Wrangler 4-dr) towed to the dealership repair shop due to what I already knew was a disintegrated shift bushing (at the transmission end of the shift rod) and they called with a $500+ repair quote because they said they had to take the whole center console apart and replace the entire shift rod and bushing because Chrysler only sells the rod/bushing as a set and they don't have the tool to take it apart or just put a bushing in. I found this site with a quick google search, paid the $25, paid $25 extra for overnight shipping & the product came the next day - although it was a different color than in the pics, with fairly minimal effort, I got the bushing seated in the tool, climbed under my Jeep & put this bad-boy in. Took less than 2 minutes & 1 minute of that was me climbing under my Jeep. This was the easiest fix ever & saved me over $450. It's been working no issues for several weeks. 3 tips: 1) if you have big meat-sausage hands, you may not be able to get your fingers up in their to insert the bushing - my hands are regular human size ;-) 2) be VERY careful when you're maneuvering the bushing in and around all the obstacles to get it up to the end of the shift rod, because without a bit of finesse, you run the risk of accidentally popping it up onto other parts of your under-carriage that you cannot reach and then your bushing and tool are gone; 3) make sure the rod and transmission are in park for the best install position.
Posted by Paul on 18th Sep 2017
Bushing on my shifter cable wore out. I looked at the dealership and they would only sell me the entire cable assembly for $180. I got an aftermarket one at the auto parts store which didn't fit. That one didn't fit. Finally found this place , so lucky I did. worked perfectly.
Posted by Chad H on 29th Jul 2017
Product worked well I did get the new designed one with the little black tool to help push it in. The only issue was with me laying on the ground trying to reach up to cable and press bushing in but product was right on.
Posted by Dave Garrett on 12th May 2017
Stupid design by OEM, glad I found this product though. A bit pricey for what it is. Red cap doesn't go on as easy as it does in video, imagine that. Does what its supposed to do, and that's what matters.
Posted by Neil on 10th Mar 2017
Great fix saved me 400 dollars they wanted at dealer for whole assembly and installation.
Posted by Unknown on 2nd Nov 2016
It took m longer to crawl under the car than it did to install it. The dealer could even find the part because my 2008 jeep is "OLD"
Posted by Larry on 1st Nov 2016
Part was easy to order, instructional video was informative and shipping was super fast! Awesome experience!
Posted by Johnny "Z on 10th Oct 2016
It was easy to install and it works! Much better than buying and installing a replacement cable which requires additional labor. This bushing should last as long or if not longer than factory.
Posted by Felix on 29th Sep 2016
A two minute fix to a problem Jeep doesn't even sell a part for
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