You da man. 👍😁😂I do
There's four bolts holding the gear shifter down, and two cables that go out to the transmission. Hope this helps.
Ah. ok thenHe's looking for pictures of the transaxle side of things, under the hood. Thanks for the photo though, someone is bound to find it useful!
Actually, I was looking for a coin that fell down there... j/k, that's exactly what it was for 😊You da man. 👍😁😂
So you must've been changing out the shifter bushings for some billet with this photo.
Looked like mine when I had it all torn down for various changes to my shifter. I had plenty of pictures too but did t keep them as I figured nobody would ask. 😂🤷🏼♂️🤦♂️
because this is where the trouble with my tranny seems to be. When I loosened this piece I was able to manually move the gears. But I did not take it right off because I am not sure what is underneath it. I like to know how things work before I take them apart. Be my luck to take the top off and a handful of springs pop out of the engine I also saw a gasket so it has tranny fluid under there. So I just wanted to get a picture to see what is under the before I take it off.I don't think you will get anyone who will have a photo of this. The transmission is considered by the dealership a non serviceable part. I don't recall seeing any on here wanting to remove it for any reason either.
I'm curious as to why you are looking to replace it ... Does yours stick slightly when passing from 1/2 horizontal space to 3/4/N ? I've always had that happen, and I've always wondered is it a defect or is it a mechanism that helps stay in the proper alignment when shifting from 1 to 2.
* EDIT * even though I didn't submit it yet lol...
Look at this https://www.hyundaipartsdeal.com/pa...ar_shift_control_manual.html?diagram=43437B11
It should have pretty much all the information you need. I'm still curious why you need this!
It is indeed inside the transmission case so when the slave goes bad you have to drop the tranny to replace it. 🙄🤦Where is the slave cylinder located on the 2015 turbo. I've seen a couple times it's in the xmission case. Surely this cannot be correct ???