First you need to take off the molding around the top of the radio (use a screw drive and it will pop off). You will notice that this will take the "top-half" half off of the trim. Second there are two screws under the center console arm rest. Take those out and you be able to pop the rest of the trim to get to the light bulb installed.There is another way. You do not have to take the molding off the top of the radio. Put your flat blade screw driver under the lip of the console. You can see the space where it meets the top moulding. Lift the armrest cover. At the front you will see two screws. Remove them, then Gently pry up top of shifter console. Put brake on and shift into the center of the console. Remove the top of the console being careful of the two attached wires underneath. In my case, all I did was throughly clean the top with the shifter symbols and the underneath. It was dirty. I did not attempt to remove lamps. I put everything back to gether, it worked like a charm.
Just remove the console and you can get to it.
If the light for the gear shift on the console does not work on a 2002 Toyota Camry, it is probably a burned out bulb. The console will need to come off to access the bulb to change it. This part is held onto the console area by screws.
Begin by removing the 2002 Jeep Liberty shift console retaining bolts. Lift the shift console up and the light bulb will be visible. Take hold of the light bulb, push in and turn at the same time to remove it. Reverse the process to install your new shift console light bulb.
Remove the center console to get at the burned out bulb. Consult the vehicle manual to learn how to do this as different models may have slight differences.
how to replace the light bulb on the gear shift on 2004 tracker
Yes. Unless the light is burned out.
un push the button on the shift console. done.
You have to remove the console cover. This starts with two screws in the console storage tray.
I have a Haynes manual and it shows that you pry off the molding around the shifter. At the 4 corners there are screws that allow you to remove the plastic shift console. Inside on the drivers side is the light bulb. Mine is also out. I have been trying to find out the bulb before I disassembled the shift console. Do you know the bulb spec? Pat Dailey email@example.com
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STEP 1: Remove the console topOpen the console arm-rest and remove the two bolts near the latch.Lift the console from the now un-bolted end and carefully pry up from opposite end (there are 4-6 tensioning-pins holding the remainder of console top.BE CAREFUL - you have a plug in the console top for the traction control.Lift up the console top and adjust it out of the way.STEP 2: Remove the shifter position indicatorIf you're REALLY god at working in small spaces, you MIGHT be able to remove the bulb socket from the shift indicator without removing it, but realize you have to turn/twist the bulb socket about 90 degrees and then pull down.The bulb is on the driver's side of the shift indicator. Remove the indicator by removing four bolts and lifting up slightly to gain access. Twist the bulb out of the indicator module, replace bulb, and return bulb socket into the shift indicator.Turn ignition key on to assure the new bulb is working properly.STEP 3: Reassemble the consolePlace the shift indicator module back in place and put in the four bolts.Set the console top tension-pins into place and press back down working from dash-end back to console glovebox compartment.Insert the two console-top bolts back in at latch area of console glovebox.DONE!
bulb burned out; fuse/circuit breaker open
The shift solenoid is under the console in the shift assembly.
Any body know the answer to this....I got the cover off of the console but don't see where the light bulb is.....I see wires running up underneath but not a good way to get at them to see if light bulb is attached.
Probably one or the other, but no guarantees. It could also be a wire or connector.
Are you asking about the shift lever on a column shift car or the console shift handle?
You take the console out and then the shift interlock solenoid is easily put in. A piece of cake once you get the console off.
it's a function of the shift-position sensor switch (automatic) which is in the center console.
The Chevrolet Cavalier 200's gear shift light bulb is found by the N in the gear shift near the driver's side. To access it, two bolts must be removed underneath the arm rest, one under the cup by the shift, and one more under the rubber insert in the tray. Lift the console, and follow the wire to access the light itself.
Shift then like A or Shift Q Q to turn off the pc or like Shift I to get to console
On the center console you will have to remove four 10mm bolts. 2 bolts are in the bottom of the console compartment that you will see when you open it. One bolt is under the small holder located behind the shift indicator and in front of the console compartment. Lift this square holder out and you will see the bolt.Remove it. The last bolt is at the front of the console under a pry out cap. Use a slot screwdriver to pry out the cap and you will see the last bolt. Remove it. Pull up the e-brake lever and with the engine off and the key on, pull the gear shift lever back. Lift the console enough to get your hand under on the driver side of the console approximately where the middle of the shift indicator is.You will feel a wire. Follow it to where the bulb socket is. Turn on the socket and pull it out. Take out the burned bulb and bring it to your supplier to match it. Replace the bulb and put everything back together. It takes less than 20 minutes to do the whole job. MJB
There is one illumination bulb to light up the gear shift indicator. Remove the center rear console, then the console around the shift lever, and you will see the wires on the left side that go to the bulb. Twist the small socket and it will come out, then just put in a new bulb.
Remove the shifting console cover. Remove the shifting light retaining ring. Push the light bulb in and turn at the same time. The light bulb will come out. Reverse the process install the new light bulb.
If everything works correctly, you should be able to push the brake with your foot, then push the button on the shifter and move to the according gear. If the vehicle will still not shift out of park, a brake light switch or shift lock solenoid is most likely the problem. Where is the brake light switch and shift lock solenoid located? it is just underneath the console to the right, there is also a little cap next to the shifter stick a screw driver in there and push the shift-lock solenoid forward, or choice number 2 is to take the console out and unplug the shift-lock