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    I'm curious about sealing my auto shifter. It has the boot that seals the cab but that leaves the lower part of the shifter under the truck to get pounded by mud and debris. Is there a boot I'm missing or is that just the way it is? Anybody ever have shifter problems due to stuff getting into it? thanks

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    That's just the way they are underneath. I haven't heard of any problems with it. It would take a lot of abuse to damage it that far up on top of the transmission. The real problem is the cable that runs by the exhaust pipe! It comes with a material heat shield tube wrapped around it and with time grease etc... it moves and the cable gets hot and damaged. Yes I replaced mine.
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    • #3
      All right thanks, I won't sweat it then
      I'm running a th400, the cable wraps the corner of the t-case and comes up along the side of the pan, hopefully it will stay away from the heat, the sheilding is in good shape too.

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