where are you looking? I'm sure you I or many other folks could get what you need from a local yard.
Mostly internet, eBay, Craigslist, etc. There aren't many junkyards in RI being the smallest and most densely populated state, and the few that are here are mostly just scrap metal because of the tax deduction things for donating your cars to the cancer causes, which in return turn around and recycle them. There's actually only two in existence that I know of, but they don't have a heck of a lot, mostly Toyotas. Granted I've never checked for an LH with autostick, but I'll have to wait a bit to do that since we just got buried in 3ft of snow.
I guess I can always try the switch solution, if it doesn't work then I lose all of $50 on the gauge cluster, which I can always resell for at least some of that, I'm sure... assuming I don't short anything, I'm no electrical engineer. I saw a picture of a guy who put a switch on his actual shifter, I can't find it again though.
As soon as this snow clears though, I will be heading to them in search of a 300m, I want heated seats ASAP because I'm sick of freezing my ass off, so I'll check for an autostick shifter while I'm there.
EDIT: This is making me think it's possible: https://www.dodgeintrepid.net/showthread.php?t=163607
PEVA, could I bother you for some clarification?
Originally Posted by PEVA
Note: If you have not yet converted to A/S, you could install the Puttstick and instrument cluster, and leave your non-A/S shifter right where it is. IOW, an A/S shifter is not necessary for shifting in A/S mode if you install the Puttstick.
I don't want you to divulge the secrets of your product, lol, but I'm assuming this means it's all electronic, and not mechanical? i.e. I could potentially wire it to a separate button? I'd rather not use the cruise control buttons, and logic gates are a bit out of my skill level, but a simple toggle A/S on/off switch and shift up and down would potentially work I guess?
Thanks, your thread is actually why I want to do this. I saw it after registering and have been thinking about it ever since. They came out awesome!