Hi, actually I just did this on my 98 Aurora today. I didn't know how either until today. There is a slot in the side of the leather that faces the radio. I first thought That you must have to depress a tab or something while pulling up on the handle, Not So. I searched the internet last night looking for an answer and the only thing I could find was how to replace a standard GM knob with a Hurst and it mentioned something about pulling out a retaining clip. I called 3 different GM dealers today and the first 2 gave me the classic "our mechanics are all busy right now" kind of crap (I'll never take my car to them now) Thank You. The third however told me right away that if it was like their Pontiacs, that there indeed is a small retaining clip inside the same slot I mentioned above. To remove this clip, simply take a small blade straight screwdriver (about 1/8th inch wide) and gently dig around in the upper part of that slot I mentioned, until you get a corner of the screwdriver underneath the end of the clip and gently pry it out. The Shift lever will pop right off. It's even easier than it sounds. This clip I would describe as a 'U' shape with back (or the bottom, or the closed part) of the 'U' facing the radio. Remember, you can of course move the shifter around (even into Low) in order to give yourself better access. Of course this 'U' shaped clip sits horizontally around the shifter shaft which is approx 7/16th" OD. WARNING: If the car does have the power transmission switch, beware there is a plug that has to be removed from the handle provding the car has the switch. This plug is a bit of a bear to remove. It has (at least mine did) a removable clip on one side that is harder to put back in upon re-assembly than it is to remove during dis-assembly. Also there is a clip on the other side of the plug. The same small screwdriver that I used to remove the retaining clip for the lever is what I used to get this plug loose. You kind of have to slide the gray (removable clip back partially into the socket before attempting to re-insert the plug. Just play arount with it and I'm sure you'll figure out a way. I sure . I was able to replace my complete center console today (cup holders included) as a result of finding out about the retaining clip. Good Luck, Jim
remove and replace water pump in 1997 Oldsmobile aurora
The plastic cover around your 1996 Oldsmobile Are Aurora steering column is held in place with retaining clips. Pry outward on each retaining clip and the plastic cover will come off.
Remove the plastic nuts on the gray cowl on the top of the engine. Notice the black plastic plentum, that's it.
fuel filter should be fastened to frame under left rear door. remove and replace.
It is very easy to change the license plate light on an Oldsmobile Aurora. All you need to do is remove the license plate and look above where the plate was. There are bolts that are holding the light in. Unscrew the bolts and then replace the light.
How do remove and replace the ignition switch of a 1983 Oldsmobile Regency?
Remove the connector from the back of your 2002 Oldsmobile Aurora running the light. Push the light in and turn at the same time, to remove it. Reverse the process to install your new running lightbulb.
Start by disconnecting the negative battery cable, battery is under the rear seat. then remove all fasteners to the door panel,the panel slides up. Remove the plastic protector and remove the bolts that hold the regulator/motor then replace and reverse the order to install.
Lift the vehicle, lower the fuel tank and remove the sending unit. The rest should be cake.
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to remove the front plugs, first remove the plastic cover that is next to the small heat sink. then remove the next plastic panel. the plugs have no wires, but have boots around them. the first 3 are forward facing and are relatively easy to remove. the other 3 are in the rear and are significantly more difficult to access. Then use a plug wrench to remove plugs and replace with new plugs.
Jack of the rear of your 2001 Oldsmobile Aurora. Remove the tire and wheel. Remove the brake pads and break assembly. Tap on the rotors with a hammer or mallet. Slide the rotors off. Reverse the process to install the new rotors.
under the intake manifold you have to remove the engine cover to get to it.
Remove the intake manifold. The starter is underneath.
You have to take off the plastic shrouds in the inside of the wheel wells. There are about 4-5 plastic "push-in" screws (or snaps) that you have to pop out, then remove the shroud, and when you look into the wheel well you will be able to see the marker lights. Pop out the bulbs and replace but be careful because often times the bulbs have shattered and you'll cut yourself. Good luck.
It's under the intake manifold. Remove that & the starter is accessible.
It is inside the car above the passengers feet. You must remove the lower cover plate and glovebox to be able to see it. It is somewhat difficult to replace.
remove starter boltsremove cable and wires
pull front of rear seat up. remove it and battery is right there
The 1995 Oldsmobile Aurora 4.0 liter engine crank sensor is located on the back of the crank. You will need to remove the rear engine cover in order to view the crank sensor.
Pull the plastic trim that surrounds the radio and center stack, remove the screws that hold it in, pull it out and unplug it. Reverse to install.
1. Remove plastic cover around trunk latch. There are two plastic knobs on each side that you have to remove first; which are used to hold the trunk net in place. Then pull the plastic cover up and forward from body of trunk. 2. Take deep dish ratchet or pliers to remove the three nuts holding tail light assembly in place. Push whole tail light out and then remove appropriate bulb and replace with same. 3. Check that tail light and all other bulbs are working correctly before reassembling tail light unit. Good Luck!
The easiest way to disarm your Oldsmobile alarm system is to remove the fuse. The alarm fuse location is listed on the inside cover of the fuse box.
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