This study aims to minimize the friction forces in order to obtain the best feel and minimum effort in the command and control cable part of the shift systems. For this purpose, lubricant, amount of lubricant and application method were investigated. Theoretical and experimental approaches are discussed by examining the studies on this subject. In the presented study, friction measurements were taken in the laboratory environment by applying different amounts of lubrication on the wire exposed to friction, and the amount of lubrication required for minimum effort was determined experimentally. It was observed that the friction force was decreased about 60% with oil running compared to dry running. Studies show that friction forces increase in excessive lubrication as well as in cases where there is no lubrication and little lubrication. The optimum amount of oil was obtained to be 0.1 g. It has developed guidelines for determining the friction factor for those who design shift cable and control cable used in different areas.