Nissan Xterra transmission shift cable kit allows you to quickly and easily repair your shift selector cable by replacing the bushing. The patent pending driver 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 bushing, grease packet, and patent pending installation tool.
Please click here to view installation page.
This kit fits the following vehicles:
(automatic, INSIDE THE VEHICLE. The end at the base of the gear shifter!)
2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010,
2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
REPAIRS CABLE STYLE:
Automatic transmission shifter cable bushing disintegrated on my 2006 Nissan Xterra. NO NEED to buy a whole new transmission cable, just buy the bushing and replace it yourself. I found a company that sells bushings for most makes and models. Check them out they're BushingFix.com, just click on the link below for the kit I used for my Xterra. Great customer service and if you can't find your model, email them and they can help you. http://www.bushingfix.com/ni1kit/
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 Unknown on 11th Sep 2018
I installed this part in 5 min (already had the the cable out though). I've been driving it for a week without any issues.
Posted by kevin on 27th Aug 2018
Quality is a 5.
I had to disconnect the cable at the interior retaining clip. Once I did that it took about 10 min. to complete.
Pair of pliers & I used a1/2inch breaker bar handle to push the cable on the gearshift .
Posted by Hector on 21st Aug 2018
After getting into my 2007 Nissan Xterra and finding out that it wouldn't shift out of park, I panicked. My mind flooded with the worst possible scenarios and the highest priced mechanics quoting me to fix it. After calming down, I got on google and searched the message boards. I found similar situations and a "too good to be true fix", that actually ended up being true! Paid for the 4 day shipping and got it in two days. Took me 2 minutes to install the bushing. No need to replace the shift cable. No need to pay a mechanic. BACK on the Road! If your vehicle isn't shifting and you find out the bushing went poof out of existence like mine did, do yourself a favor and save yourself time, money and hassle. Get to the bushingfix.com website and look for your vehicle. If you can't find it, call them up. They will get you back on the road.
Posted by Unknown on 13th Aug 2018
Quick fix cheap and easy to do
Posted by Unknown on 14th Jul 2018
2007 xterra with over 200k, factory bushings finally gave out lucky was already home and parked. Researched on YouTube saw videos on how to fix the problem and mention bushingfix. Went to website ordered bushings online on July 4th and received item Saturday that same week. Replacing it couldn't have been any easier, and a lot cheaper than taking it to a repair shop
Posted by Will on 9th Apr 2018
When shifter broke, I did not know how severe the issue was and What it was. I when to YouTube and found a few videos, the first video show you how to change the bushing and where to get the part. I was skeptical at first, then I order the bushing from Bushingfix.com. It took me about 30 minutes to fix the bushing. Waow, BushingFix.com is the solution. Thank You for the video and bushing. Low Cost to small problem.
Posted by Charles Freeman on 24th Mar 2018
Great product! Saved about $20 bucks and a trip to the dealership using bushingfix.com. The repair was easy to do with some video I found on YouTube. The bushing was made of good material and the tool and grease in the kit were useful. My 1st time using bushingfix but certainly no my last. Easy to find what I was looking for and fast delicious very through USPS.
Posted by Randolph in Destin Fl. on 25th Jan 2018
I had a meltdown when my shifter would not go into gear. While I was flipping out my wife calmly looked this company up from a video on You Tube. I couldn't believe how easy this fix would be. The part came early and instructions could not be any easier to follow. Installing this part took seconds. The only difficult part was the bad angle under the shifter to press the cable back on. Maybe 15 minutes to snap into place? Worth every cent. Saved me hundreds of dollars. This is the only place you can find this bushing. Dealers and auto parts places want to sell the entire cable. Pass this information along to friends and family as I have. When taking off the shifter cover, watch out for the wire attached on the drivers side that lights up the gear setting P D N etc. I broke mine.
Posted by Aaron A on 15th Jan 2018
I really didn't need the tool, but I can see where it would be needed in some applications. It took longer to get to the shifter cable than to install the repair bushing.
Posted by Unknown on 20th Dec 2017
'07 Nissan Xterra. Super easy fix, saving hundreds of dollars easily. Tool didn't work well, bending easily. In the end, didn't need it, I was able to get the bushing in place rather easily without it. Thanks!!!
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