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Old 02-16-2004, 01:27 AM   #1
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Does anyone know how to take the shift **** off of a 94 se?
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Little clip on the forward face of it. Use a dull knife or screwdriver. Put it in "1" for easier access. You'll see it.
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Thank you I'll go out and try that now.
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I can't seem to get the pin or whatever in. Once I do get it in what do I do to get the **** off?
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"There is no TRY. Only DO."

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I've taken a nail set, a chisel, and a screwdriver to it. I don't know if im not getting it in or if im doing something else wrong. Please help a tired man LOL.
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Shift it all the way back to 1st gear. Now look at the face of the shift ****. You'll see a small slit in the face towards the stereo. There'* a little metal clip in there that you need to pull out.
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Thank you very much i didn't understand quite right.
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yes, pull the pin out and the shifter **** should pull right off. i change mine regularly. just ask any of my friends!!!!LOL!!!
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