Saturn Astra kit allows you to quickly and easily repair your shift cable by replacing the bushing. The patented (US patent #10,619,723 and #10,215,273) coupling and custom molded replacement bushing ensure a quality repair with ease. A professional can perform this repair in under 10 minutes, average time for a non-professional is less than 25 minutes. This bushing is made from a material that was designed to outlast the factory bushing and includes everything needed to install.
This kit fits the following vehicles:
(Automatic transmissions ONLY! Fits transmission of the cable. GM part # 13190005)
REPAIRS SIMILAR CABLE STYLES:
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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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Failed GM cable bushing left me stranded. BushingFix kit was quick, cheap and easy to install. Looks like a high quality bushing. Using daily for 18 months without issue. Alternative is new shift cable which is expensive and difficult to install.
So far so good, works as described, easy installation -although kind of hard to find an info about where it's located (right underneath the battery and battery-tray in Saturn Astra). Hope it outlasts the car...
The gear selector on my automatic 2008 Saturn Astra XE became very spongy and I was having issues selecting the correct gear. After a little research I found this website and thought the price was worth a try. What a pleasure when I went to install it that it was excatly what was needed. The original bushing was completly gone and this fixed it perfectly. Didn't need to change the entire cable.
Happy this product exists and was an easy and cost effective repair.
Easy to Install. Works great!
$34.94 USD after shipping is like $46 CDN for a part that looks like it should cost about 70¢, but it was vastly cheaper than an entire shift cable.
Ultimately, I don’t feel ripped off, I’m grateful someone has created an aftermarket bushing where nothing was previously available.
$20 feels steep, but I have no idea how much R&D or process went into making this part. Maybe it’s better than the GM one that disintegrated?
I picked up the replacement bushing for my 2008 Saturn Astra after seeing references to it online. My shift lever was loose and it wouldn't shift into park. The most difficult part of the job was removing the battery tray to access the end of the shift cable. The ild bushing was entirely gone. The new bushing was a snap to install with the kit that came with it. A simple squeeze of the channel locks and it was inserted. I couldn't be happier. I'm hardly a mechanic and this job was as easy as advertised.
I found this product online and thought I would purchase it and try it out in place of ordering a complete need shifter cable assembly. It works as described and was definitely easier and less expensive than replacing the entire cable assembly. I would recommend this product.
Mechanic said I needed to replace my shifter cable, he was surprised when I told him I found a bushing to repair the cable and did it myself. And guess what? The bushing on my minivan broke the next week and I knew exactly what to do.
First time user of this site and found it to be easy to navigate and choose the right item. More than happy with the product and the service