he WJ1Kit™ fits the transfer case (4X4) shift cable. The part will fit both ends of your cable.
*Some of the images were taken off-vehicle for illustration purposes.
|Repairs Shift Cable Ends Similar to Below:|
Step 1: Place the vehicle in park, set the parking brake and block the wheels.
Step 2: Remove all of the old bushing
The cable end without a bushing will like like the one below.
Step 3: Replacement Bushing Installation (Metal Cable End and Plastic Cable End)
I. Metal Cable Ends:
- a) Unthread the metal cable end from the cable as shown below. This will allow you to install the replacement bushing on a work bench free from the vehicle.
- b) Place the new bushing tapered end up on a flat work surface. Push the metal cable end down onto the bushing until the bushing is seated on the interior ridge of the cable end.
II. Plastic Cable Ends:
- a) Plastic cable ends are not removable and the bushing will need to be replaced in the field.
- b) Place the tapered end of the bushing into the cable end. Place your thumb over the bushing and using a small pocket screw driver push the bushing into the cable end as show below.
Step 4: Installing Repaired Cable End onto Shift Lever
I. Press the repaired cable-end onto the shift lever pin. The pin should go through the large side of the bushing first.
II. Check the shift lever function by shifting several times through the full selector range.
III. Don’t forget to release the parking brake and remove the wheel blocks.