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Replacement Shift Interlock Latch

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Replacement N01-510
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Part Number: 19064-02213616
Notes: Shift Interlock Latch -- Shift Interlock Latch with Spring
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2007 Chrysler 300

Dorman Shift Interlock Latch
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Dorman 924-706
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Part Number: 19064-05120080
Notes: Shift Interlock Latch
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Shift Interlock Latch Reviews - 2007 Chrysler 300
Dorman | 924-706
 


Best price around...fast delivery and it worked like a charm


July 14th, 2017 | Posted by SPD333

Dorman | 924-706
 


The product itself was made of some kind of alloy, which was much stronger than the pink plastic stock from Chrysler. My 2007 300 made it 8 years without the piece breaking, but I saved at least a couple hundred dollars at the dealer by fixing this piece myself.


October 6th, 2015 | Posted by Great Experience

Dorman | 924-706
 


There is one caveat with this product, but don't be intimidated. Wasn't that hard to fix. Common tools and common sense capability is all that's needed. Just look for vids of the job on YouTube beforehand and you'll be fine. The only catch is if you can find the factory spring that was attached to the original plastic piece that broke, use that spring and not the new one in the kit. The tension on the new spring was too strong and would ever so slightly pull the shifter fractions of an inch to the right when you put the car back in park and would affect trying to pull the key out of the ignition. So unless you physically pulled the shifter slightly to the left when in park, the key would not turn all the way off. Very simple solution though. You'll prob find the original spring when you pull it apart and just re-use that one, not the spring that came with it. The aluminum replacement piece is excellent though.


July 4th, 2016 | Posted by David Fischer



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