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P5155458 in my IE 392. Not too hard, but the whole console comes out. The instructions are good. The hardest part is figuring out how to get electrical plugs unplugged. Still don't know, but i did it.
The car shifts much better. Shorter, firmer, more accurate. I only had 300 mi before and another 300 today. I used my Mopar bucks on mine, its pricey but nice. I highly recommend this mod, or just the competition plus shifter. This car deserved it. JMHO I don't know how to post pics, but it looks like all the mopar 10's
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i considered it back when i ordered my IE(the one i actually bought was an automatic now).....but the price was just crazy!....it looks like it belongs though...i would have thought it would make the throws farther????
 

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Looks great, Greg. Pic 12 of 27 in your album (not of the shifter) is gorgeous.

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Nice Car, and nice job with the shifter. How much time is needed for the install?

QUOTE=btalon;785813]P5155458 in my IE 392. Not too hard, but the whole console comes out. The instructions are good. The hardest part is figuring out how to get electrical plugs unplugged. Still don't know, but i did it.
The car shifts much better. Shorter, firmer, more accurate. I only had 300 mi before and another 300 today. I used my Mopar bucks on mine, its pricey but nice. I highly recommend this mod, or just the competition plus shifter. This car deserved it. JMHO I don't know how to post pics, but it looks like all the mopar 10's
Greg

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Thanks for the replies. Love my car. I'd allow 4 hours for the first time in and not break anything. 1.5 hours once you know how. Don't forget to transfer the rubber boot on the bottom of shifter. I did.
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