It is located under the center console lid. To change put the key forward, not starting the vehicle and slide the gear select in the lowest possible gear. This should be 1 on an auto, some older models equiped with 2.73 gear sets have consoles begining in 2. After the gear select is in the lowest setting, you will see a U shaped clip holding the T handle shifter. Use a flat blade screw driver and gently pry the clip out. Place it some where safe, after this pull up on the T handle and shifter should come off. Your now read to remove the console lid. The lid pops in place, open up your storage lid and pulling forward and up remove the center console lid. Now on the under side you should see a plug and two wires, thats your console light. Simply twist and it should come free from the bottom of the gear select lid. After this you should see the buld in the socket When you get ready to put every thing b ack together with your finder, slide the gear select in the lowest setting. Angle it downward and slide the opening in the shifter area over the shifter assembly. Neil350
probably down on the transmission where the cable attaches
go to the Pontiac dealership and see the parts man and he can help you out on that.
Press the brakes all the way in kinda like a pumping fashion about three times. I have a 2000 firebird and that's what I have to do.
on the drivers side nearest the console it is on a clip under the dash How to get at flasher what needs to be removed
It is bulb type as T5 socket.
No, they are different. They do use the same console shifter though. I know that's not what you wanted to hear. Sorry.
The 2000 Pontiac Firebird is equipped with a traction control switch on the shifting console. The traction control button can be pushed in and out to turn the system on in off.
try looking it up on the internet or see your Pontiac parts man and he might be able to help you with a pic.
If you have an automatic transmission. Then you do not have a shift indicator light.
The bulb is located to the rear(back near the #1) underneath the console plate. It is a smaller bulb like a #194. You do not have to remove the shift handle. Take out the ashtray, and carefully pry up along the edges of the plate. It is held in place by tabs that fit into the console. You'll be able to lift it high enough to see the wire to the bulb connected to the underneath of the gear indicator, twist the bulb housing and pull off, take old bulb out by pulling it straight out and replace. Assembling is the reverse of the above steps.
Remove the screws
If you step on the brake and it will still not come out of park. Your brake interlock is probably bad. It is under the console and you can get it at advance auto for around 20 bucks.
The shift interlock solenoid is located inside the console close to the shfiter.
yes all 4th generation(1993-2002) firebird parts should fit in other 4th gen firebirds
On a 2002 Ford Taurus : You could have the gear shift lever up by the steering wheel or by the floor console for your automatic transmission And , if you mean the automatic transaxle ( transmission ) fluid level dipstick , it is near the firewall between the engine and the brake fluid reservoir in the engine compartment
The Nissan stanza has a 4-speed auto transmission. It shifting is electronically-operated . The transmission computer box is located in the center console. It is next to the ECM box.
The 1995 Pontiac Grand Am center console is held in place with for retaining bolts. Remove the shifter knob. Remove the center console retaining bolts. The center console will come off.
The center console is held on by several mounting screws. To remove it from a Pontiac Sunfire unscrew all of the mounting hardware. The center console will then be able to be pried off.
Answeryou must step on the brake pedaland if that fails.there is an emerg. release on the left side of shift console.lift lid. slide bar, shift.
Yes, maybe with some small modification
The 1993 Suzuki neutral safety switch is located on the top of the transmission. You can access the switch through the shifting console.
Assuming this is also called the neutral/park safety switch, it would be found on the lower portion of the steering column (column shift) or in the console (floor shift). You will not find it on the transmission itself.
In the center console
You should start from the center by the radio. then there will be screws in you arm console. remove the shift handle this is also held on by a screw probably on the bottom. lift from the rear of the console so you can tell if you still have screws in other places.
the shifter cable or rods whichever it has needs adjusted.