lift up the center plate on the console were your gear select is after you remove your shift lever and all the lever pieces and there you can remove the top of the console and the bottom has 4 bolts 10mm remove those and you shift your car all the way down to first or low gear and lift it up un plug the harness and there you go
Turn the knob counter clockwise to remove it and clockwise to replace it. The "boot" is more then likely attached to the console that surrounds the shift lever.
Squeeze the locks on the sides of the plug.
Open the arm rest. remove the two screws at the rear of the center console panel, just below the coin slots hiding under the black felt. Remove the screw in the cup holder area. Lift up the center console by raising the rear and pulling backwards slightly to get the tabs out to the front center console. Disconnect the wires to the hatch release and the cigarette lighter. Remove the gear shift knob by prying up the shift pattern cap with a small screwdriver and then pull the T shape metal part straight up with a pair of vice grips. If the T does not move use a large screwdriver to lever against the vice grips to pull the T up. Once the T is out, unscrew the shift knob then lift the center console off and set out of the way. The leather shift boot attached to the console can be removed with 4 screws. The rubber shift boot is visible now over the shifter to replace.
screws dude, take em all out.
1993 Volvo 240 WAGON 5spd manual transmission. there are two screws on iether side of the console. then its just a matter of disconnecting wires.
Yes, it is all one piece. Remove the rubber bumpers under the lid, remove the screws and compartment liner; remove the 2 screws under the liner; remove the shifter bezel by pulling up; remove the 2 screws that hold the front of the console to the dash; pull up on the emergency brake handle as high as you can, then pull the console back and raise the rear of console and pull up to clear the emergency brake handle.
ay have a horse shoe type clip at the rear behind handle removal tool available at auto parts
somewhere around 500 or so, i have a 1992 W41 Achieva only like 1500 of them were made.
It is located under the dash, directly in front of the center floor console. The easiest way to access is to remove the console, which is very easy to figure out and do. The console is only held in place with about 6 Phillips head screws
Visit the saabsite . com and they will explain it through the forums. Basically it is a bitch to do. I have a 900 as well, and you have to remove the console. good luck
Remove shift release button off the top of the shifter, inside there is a small snap ring. Remove the snap ring and lift the shifter knob off.
It is in the right kick panel. You have to install a prom also/.
No put the gear shift into neautral
I have a 1993 Mitsubishi 3000gt and the TCU is located under the console / dash. It is mounted by a metal bracket to the floor pan. You will need to remove the side carpet panels and the entire front console to access the TCU.
It changes the shift pattern of the transmission. You want to have this switch off at all times unless you are hauling some weight (i.e. a trailer). If you switch it on you will notice the transmission will delay the shift to ensure there is enough power to compensate for the added weight.
You must remove the exhaust manifold it's easy to do once this is done.also the front timing cover need to be removed because the water pump driven by the chain.
It is bolted to the valve body in the bottom of the Transmission. Need to remove trans pan to service them.
Auto - fill it from the dipstick tube.Manual - remove the shift lever and fill from the top.
open driver door and look inside on side of dash board
There are a couple of reasons why a 1993 Mercury Villager is hard to shift. One reason could be a gear shift cable. Another reason could be low transmission fluid.
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If your 1993 Pontiac Grand Am will not shift into part, the transmission is probably seized up. The first step is ensuring the transmission fluid is not too low.
The only factory switches ever installed on a Chevy Beretta center console are power window switches, and trunk popper switch on the shift plate. There is also the cigarette lighter/power source. Anything else is aftermarket and added by the previous owner.