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    YJ Column Automatic Shift Lever

    Hello-

    Recently got a YJ that I am trying to correct wrong things.

    Can someone post a picture of how their Automatic column shifter attaches to the steering column? I can’t find any info on how it attaches, but my hunch is a pin that is press fitted in place. Mine has a bolt just screwed right in and it looks kind of stupid.

    I also need some help on sourcing whatever part I an missing to correct this. I have been searching but can’t find what I need.


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    Is someone could take a pic I would really appreciate it. Here is what mine looks like. 🤮IMG_0760.JPG


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    Any YJ guys out there that can help me out with a pic? 🤷*♂️


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