Ford Mustang Service Manual: Disassembly

Disassembly

1. NOTE: Mark the position of each gear shifter fork (7230).

Place the gear shift plates (7N232) and the gear selector interlock sleeve (7K201) in the neutral position to center the gear shift plates and the selector body (7302).

2. Rotate the main shift control shaft (7358) counterclockwise and pull it


2. Rotate the main shift control shaft (7358) counterclockwise and pull it rearward to access the pin. Remove the pin.

3. Using a twisting motion, remove the main shift control shaft.


3. Using a twisting motion, remove the main shift control shaft.

4. Remove the gear shifter forks, the gear shift plates, the pin, the gear


4. Remove the gear shifter forks, the gear shift plates, the pin, the gear selector interlock sleeve, and the selector body.

5. Remove the O-ring (N800037-S2).


5. Remove the O-ring (N800037-S2).

6. CAUTION: Note the orientation of the gear shift plate for assembly


6. CAUTION: Note the orientation of the gear shift plate for assembly reference.

Remove the gear shift plate and the gear shift fork inserts (7L082) from the shifter forks.

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