Hi All! I'll admit I'm a weekend warrior with a Haynes Manual, and generally learn things the hard way on my trucks. I recently did a bunch of work to my truck on my own, and after putting it all back together, I encountered a new problem with the transmission shifter. When I start up the truck and pull on the shifter stick to put it in Drive, it won't go into gear until I pull allllll the way down to 1st gear. Then, it lets me push upwards on the shifter stick to put it into any gear I want at that point, no problem. Actual transmission function seems to be fine; when it shifts into gear, it does so smoothly. The problem just seems to be with the shifter stick itself and recognizing how far I've pulled on the stick to get into a gear. Initially I assumed I hooked up the shifter cable incorrectly, but have played around with it, even swapping where it inserts with the accelerator cable, but no change. Anybody have any idea where I should look to troubleshoot? Pics of cables attached in case anyone notices a problem. In case relevant, work I did included: exchange of hydraulic fan for electric fan conversion, swapped out rubber oil lines and PS lines for steel lines, swapped old radiator pipes for powercoated hard pipes, removed valve covers and intake manifold and got them powdercoated to match Yellow Fever color (so took everything apart, then put it all back together), installed Belanger headers with Snakebite exhaust from JTSVP, flashed my PCM with tunes from Roe Racing since now I have headers, installed Bosch spark plugs, replaced ignition coils, installed Magnecor spark plug wires. I know the tune upgrade may cause the shortcomings of the 48-RE to begin to show, and planned at some point in the future to upgrade the tranny (haven't decided how/what to do yet), but the problem here doesn't seem to be with tranny function since gear shifting is smooth - it's just throwing it into gear with the shifter stick which seems at issue. What do ya'll think? Thanks in advance for any light you can shed!