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If your shifter pointer does not sit (centered) properly
on its respective letter then this How-To is for you!




Look under the dash at the lower side of the steering column and locate this black adjuster:



Once located, pinch and spin adjuster until the needle is correctly centered to the "P" letter.



Here is the final product: The instrument cluster needle in my F150 centered and ready to go!



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thats handy.... i usually just guess what gear im in


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thats handy.... i usually just guess what gear im in
me too. mines WAY off. i have to count clicks. I have to replace the whole thing. Its a $35 dollar unit


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