[DML] Sloppy Shifting / High Idle / Shock replacement
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[DML] Sloppy Shifting / High Idle / Shock replacement



How would I go about tightening up my shifting?  Its not as tights as it once was.  Going over bumps the shifter rattles.  Also, my reverse lights don't always come on and I believe it is because of the sloppy shift.  If I wiggle it a bit the lights come on.  ideas?

As for my high idle, i fixed that.  It was the contact pins that depress the ECU.  I couple of twists and my idle went down from 1500 to around 800.  nice.

A guy who works on the fire department with me has a lift in his pull barn.  i'm going there this week to replace my front suspension.  Any tips as to make this easier while the body is on?  I've only replaced them when the body has been off of the frame.  The front is lowered with Grady springs.

Thanks,
Erik


		
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