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Old 07-10-2013, 10:52 PM   #1
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UPR Replacement Shifter

This is probably a stupid question but can someone explain to me how this works? I have a auto, and the stock shifter has the button you press when you change gears; where does that go? Does this shifter not have a button, or do I not need one? (I'm not talking about the O/D button)
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I know someone who had it. I was waning to ask but I've been forgetting
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Old 07-10-2013, 11:23 PM   #3
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Look at the outline of a circle of where the PDNR12 is. That's the button
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I clicked on the link. ONLY $55?!?!? I need to get me mine!
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Look at the outline of a circle of where the PDNR12 is. That's the button
Awesome, that's what I was thinking, but didn't know for sure. Thanks

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I clicked on the link. ONLY $55?!?!? I need to get me mine!
Right?! With a leather shifter boot, it would look sweet. They have another one that's silver that would match all the billet goodies on AM
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Old 07-11-2013, 02:01 PM   #6
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I have one on mine. Ill post a pic later. That is a button on there. U only need to press it to get out of park.
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I have one on mine. Ill post a pic later. That is a button on there. U only need to press it to get out of park.
So if you accidentally hit it you can go to reverse and stall the car? I have the stock shifter and I let my friend drive my car once. She played around with the shifter and put it on neutral on accident. We were going 20 and then for some reason she put it in reverse. I heard a loud thunk and the car stopped. It was horrible. But the car still runs. Never again good thing it wasn't in the moostang race car
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Old 07-11-2013, 02:13 PM   #8
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I think it does it with the stock shifter as well. Unless its just my car lol. Ive never had problems with it. It somewhat locks in but u dont hav to press the button to get it to go to reverse or 1 and 2. Only needs to be depressed for park
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I think it does it with the stock shifter as well. Unless its just my car lol. Ive never had problems with it. It somewhat locks in but u dont hav to press the button to get it to go to reverse or 1 and 2. Only needs to be depressed for park
It does. Our cars shifters are weird. You can lock it k drive but you have to wiggle the shifter for a bit
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Heres what mine looks like. A a little dirty.
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Heres what mine looks like. A a little dirty.
That looks sweet. Do you remember where you got the boot with the red trim?
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Yea its from autozone. Only 10 bucks i think. Didnt wanna spend much haha
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Heres what mine looks like. A a little dirty.
OK two things. 1. This badass 2. Shouldn't there be a overdrive button

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Just realize how stupid my question is just use the one I have
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You can wire the overdrive button anywhere u want. I left it loose cause i was lazy and never use overdrive anyways.
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Like the boot to. Matches my color scheme
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Here it is! It took a little bit to get it done. UPR shift knob, custom overdrive relocation button, and shifter boot.
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Old 09-25-2013, 11:30 PM   #17
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Sweet Came out just like mine lol i like your overdrive button looks cool
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Sweet Came out just like mine lol i like your overdrive button looks cool
Thanks man! Thanks for the inspiration lol
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I like it!!!!
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I like it!!!!
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