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Old 05-13-17, 03:45 PM   #1
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Default Emergency here W58 Interlock Pins

Does anybody have a good description and pictures of a W58 interlock pin arrangement? I had a trans partially back together and brought it with me to a race this weekend. The one in the car is done we only have 4th gear so we will have to put this one in tonight before the race tomorrow. I have 4 interlock pins and put it together best I could today from schematics online but i have one smaller pin left over. Head scratcher. Anybody out there that can help?

Edit: My request was probably a bit obscure but I was hoping there would be somebody intimately familiar with these transmissions that would know what I was asking. After taking the thing apart 3 times I don't need the help. There is a long and short interlock pin that goes in the housing and a smaller one that is in the shift rail between the pins. Anyway, that's the one I couldn't figure out. All is well now. The reason I couldn't find it in the schematics is because the small diameter pin is shown with the rail not with the other interlock pins.

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