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Getrag 245 question on a part

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I have a 245 that was in my friends car.  When I got it the Allen head screw, in pic, was out. Im

not sure what it is for.  I know where it goes but will not screw down all the way.  If you screw it in the trans will not shift.  I think this screw is pushing on the select rod.   

I have looked at pics of other 245s and it appears to be in all the way but mine won’t 

any idea on what is the correct way to install this?   

Thanks for any help 

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I saw those diagrams but they do little when you are trying to find the correct positioning of a certain part...that requires a question to someone that is familiar with assembly. 

Luckily the 2002 FB page has great members that have been very forthcoming and gave me the guidance I was after 

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I saw those diagrams but they do little when you are trying to find the correct positioning of a certain part...that requires a question to someone that is familiar with assembly. 

Luckily the 2002 FB page has great members that have been very forthcoming and gave me the guidance I was after 

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Luckily the 2002 FB page has great members that have been very forthcoming and gave me the guidance I was after 

 

...the implication that I was holding out on you has been noted.

 

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