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Thread: Aloha, ‘67 M725 no reverse

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    Here is a picture of the shifter assembly I rebuilt, you can see the end of the plunger in the center to the left, the part the shifter hits against is hidden in the center. So what does this spring loaded plunger do ?, it prevents the shifter from moving the shift rail unless you lever that plunger out of the way, perhaps it's not reverse. My spring loaded plunger was stuck from a burr where the plunger sticks out, it's working correctly now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by m38inmaine View Post
    Here is a picture of the shifter assembly I rebuilt, you can see the end of the plunger in the center to the left, the part the shifter hits against is hidden in the center. So what does this spring loaded plunger do ?, it prevents the shifter from moving the shift rail unless you lever that plunger out of the way, perhaps it's not reverse. My spring loaded plunger was stuck from a burr where the plunger sticks out, it's working correctly now.
    Sorry I mis-interpreted your earlier post.

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    No problem NDT, this is how we learn, so is that plunger a reverse lock out ?
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