1. Remove the knob from the shift lever (it is threaded onto the shift lever). 2. Remove the shift indicator assembly from the console (it is held in place by either 1 screw or 1 rivet located at the rear of the shifter slot). 3. The console is attached to the shifter assembly by two screws and also attached to the floor by screws located inside the storage compartment.
If you need more info, I have a dealer's 1965 Buick chassis and body parts book (printed in May of 1965) that has many parts break down figures with all of the GM part numbers.
To remove the heater core in a 1995 Buick Skylark, you will first have to disconnect the negative battery cable. Next you need to drain and recycle the engine coolant, you will remove the rear lateral trans-axle strut mount, take off the drain tube, then disconnect the heater hoses from the core tube, and removed console if needed. Lastly you will remove the sound insulators, console extensions or steering filler if needed.
Open the console lid. Remove the console compartment inserts. Remove the transmission select switch (if equipped). Remove the nuts that retain the rear of the console. Remove the cup holder insert. Remove the screws that retain the front of the console to the vehicle. Remove the console from the vehicle
Open the cover and locate the screws on each side of the console. Remove them with a Phillips screwdriver. The console will get a little loose. Do not pry it now or intend to remove it by pulling the loose end. Get the part of the console that is close to the windshield and try to get your fingers in between the ceiling and the base of the console. Pull the console down once you are able to grab the cover. Remove the connector. Installation is the opposite.
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