Black with Red Stitching Alcantara Automatic Shift Boot for all 2015, 2016 and 2017 Mustangs with a Automatic Transmission.
The Black with Red Stitching Alcantara Shift Boot for your 2015-2017 Mustang with an Automatic Transmission is an affordable way for you to really make the interior of your S550 stand out from the crowd!
This beautiful Alcantara interior piece is designed to match perfectly to the very popular GT350R steering wheel, but will also be right at home in any 2015-2017 Mustang. The Black Alcantara with Red stitching will go great with the other available pieces at CJ Pony Parts. We currently offer a matching Parking Brake Boot (P/N: PBB2) and Console Lid Cover (P/N: CONLC1), both of which are available separately. These available components will truly add a sporty look and feel to the interior of any 2015-2017 Mustang.
Features and Benefits:
- Durable Heavy-weight Black Alcantara
- UV-stable Red Stitching for Prolonged Longevity
- 100% Handmade for a OE Fit and Finish
- Designed to be a Do-It-Yourself Modification
- Installation Instructions are Available
- Made in the USA
*Identical match to the Black Alcantara and Red stitching found on the GT350R Steering Wheel, P/N: M3600M350R.
Tech Tip: Alcantara products tend to attract dust over time so quick wipes with a damp microfiber cloth will help keep them clean.
All of the Alcantara Interior pieces that we offer are manufactured and designed right here in the USA using heavy-weight Alcantara Suede and OEM matched UV-Stable thread for the stitching. Installation instructions for all of the available parts are linked in each product page along with our installation videos. If you are looking for a similar part for your Manual 2015-2017 Mustang, see P/N: MSB22. But if you are interested in a complete solution in this color scheme for your Automatic Transmission 2015-2017 Mustang, see P/N: ITK27.
Please Note: These are NOT complete replacement assemblies, this is replacement upholstery for your existing material and does NOT include new frames or trim. Installation will require you to disassemble your factory components and use spray/brush-on adhesive and/or staples for installation. Even though this is something you can install yourself, for the best possible result - PROFESSIONAL INSTALLATION IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
Order this Black with Red Stitching Alcantara Automatic Shift Boot for your 2015, 2016 or 2017 Mustang with an Automatic Transmission from CJ Pony Parts today!
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These Alcantara shift boots are going to replace the factory shift boot in your automatic and are available in 2 different versions. It's going to be a lighter gray with silver stitching which will match the GT 350 wheel or your stock wheel then there's a darker version with red stitching designed to match the GT 350R steering wheel. For this installation you'll need a Phillips head screwdriver, small flat head screwdriver, and adhesive.
The shifter boot is going to replace our factory boot which means it's going to be glued into place but the first step in the installation is going to be to remove the boot and bezel from the car so we can do it on a bench. To do that you have to remove the bezel first and then the knob. The automatic shifter bezel is going to remove the same way as the manual one does. It's held on by clips around the edges here, want to carefully pull it from the front and work your way around. When you pull it, be careful. There is a wire harness that lights up your gear selector, reach down and unplug that, you can pull it all the way up.
To get this shifter handle itself off there's 2 little screws mounted in the front here. They're kind of hard to get to, it's going to be easier to put the car back into gear and do it that way. Okay, the 2 screws located right here in the front. With the shifter boot out we can begin the disassembly by removing the chrome trim ring from the black plastic. There's 2 clips on the top here, simply push them through, separate the chrome and put it aside.
Now we have to remove the gear selector indicator and the other trim piece on the other side. Small flat blade screwdriver or a panel removal tool just get underneath it, it'll pop right up. Put those aside as well. The factory boot now is glued to this black plastic trim ring. Again, we're going to use our small flat blade screwdriver kind of just get it started. Once you start separating it you'll be able to do it by hand. The shifter is attached to the shift root by this tiny little clip here, now I don't have any tools for this, just kind of push up on this piece here and push down on this and they'll easily separate. Last thing to remove is this retaining ring here. Again, it's glued on, just going to need your fingers here, give it a good pull and that'll come right off.
Now we're ready to begin prepping for the actual installation which will require gluing so make sure you have a nice clean surface to work on, also a surface you don't mind getting some glue on. First thing you want to do is take the new boot and turn it inside out. To make sure you have the orientation of the boot correctly as the back of the boot is a little bit wider than the front. Now we're ready to start gluing, we'll put the old one aside.
What you want to do is get some adhesive around the outside edge here and the outside edge here as well. Make sure you don't get it on the Alcantara itself. Now let that set up and get a little bit tacky. While we're doing that we want to put some glue on the inside of this as well. I'm going to get some glue on the inside of here as well, it's going to be hard to spray the glue and get it in there. What you do is you put a little bit on the table, grab a Q-tip, I'm using a small brush. Take some glue and just stick it on the inside edge here. Again, just give that a minute or 2 to get a little bit tacky and then you can put the 2 of them together.
The orientation here is important. There's a tag on the backside of the boot, want to make sure this larger open area of this goes facing the tag. Get that in there and let it dry a little bit. Next we'll prep the bezel for installation of our shifter boot, before we do so we're going to want to tape it off. We've got electronics in here, the lights and the wiring and everything for the shifter gear indicator, let me put some tape over that stuff before we spray and glue. Now we'll spray some glue on the actual console trim panel and in the boot itself. Get them tacky so we can stick them together. Again, make sure you get it on the boot itself, not on the Alcantara. Again, let that set up. You don't want it wet, you want it to be still tacky, not completely dry but if it's wet it's not going to stick either. Again, a minute or 2, let it set up a little bit then we can start installing the boot to the trim panel.
While it's drying we can pull the paper off. Again, make sure the tag is going towards the rounded side, we're going to start installing the boot. Let that set up for a little bit. Once it's set up now we can pull it inside out here again, just leave it about halfway and you're going to re-install the shifter handle. You should get it all the way down so the screw holes are visible, it'll sort of click into place and we can install the bezel and the trim. Okay, and then lastly the chrome trim bezel. Click that on and it's ready to go back in the car.
Now I'll put the shift handle back on the shift lever and re- install the screws. Push the boot down into place and line up the clips, lock them in and your installation is finished. The automatic shifter boot is subtle but adds a nice custom touch to the interior of our 2015 GT. When you add the parking brake boot and the cover for the console it'll make it look even better. Overall, the installation is pretty straightforward. Probably take you about an hour or so, so you'll be back on the road in no time.