2006 HHR console shifter replace
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Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 08-03-2011
Trim Panels, Mouldings And Fasteners NOTE: Floor console with navigation shown, floor console without navigation similar. Trim Panels And Fasteners NOTE: Floor console with navigation shown, floor console without navigation similar. Removal and Installation 1. Place the selector lever in the NEUTRAL position. 2. Position the front seats to the full rearward and downward positions. 3. Pull the middle and rear of the floor console LH and RH lower trim panels outward to release the retaining clips. 4. NOTICE: Damage to the floor console upper trim panels may occur if cardboard is not used to remove the floor console lower trim panels. NOTE: Floor console LH lower trim panel shown, floor console RH lower trim panel similar. Position a piece of cardboard between the floor console LH and RH lower trim panels and floor console. 5. Remove the floor console LH lower trim panel. Push the floor console LH lower trim panel toward the front of the vehicle to detach the trim panel from the pin-type retainer. 6. Remove the floor console RH lower trim panel. Pull the floor console RH lower trim panel down toward the floor of the vehicle to detach the trim panel from the pin-type retainer. 7. Position the front seats forward. 8. Remove the 2 floor console lower rear screws. 9. Position the front seats rearward. 10. Remove the steering column opening trim panel in the following sequence. 1. Remove the 2 steering column opening trim panel screws. 2. Pull the steering column opening trim panel down toward the floor of the vehicle to release the retaining clips. 11. Remove the floor console LH and RH finish mouldings in the following sequence. 1. Lift up the rear of the floor console finish mouldings to release the retaining clips from the floor console. 2. Pull the floor console finish mouldings toward the rear of the vehicle to release the retaining clips from the center instrument finish panel. 3. Disconnect the trunk release switch and start/stop button electrical connector, if equipped. NOTICE: Damage to the floor console may occur if cardboard is not used to remove the floor console upper trim panel. NOTE: Floor console LH upper trim panel shown, floor console RH upper trim panel similar. 12. Remove the floor console LH upper trim panel in the following sequence. 1. Pull the rear of the floor console LH upper trim panel away from the floor console, releasing the retaining clips. 2. Position a piece of cardboard between the floor console LH upper trim panel and floor console. 3. Pull the floor console LH upper trim panel toward the rear of the vehicle to release the retaining clips from the instrument panel. 13. Remove the 2 pushpin carpet retainers, 4 floor console lower front and middle screws. 14. Remove the selector lever bezel. For additional information, refer to Section 307-05. 15. Remove the media bin/storage compartment in the following sequence. 1. Remove the 4 screws and lift up the media bin/storage compartment. 2. Disconnect the electrical connector(s). 16. Disconnect the floor console bulkhead electrical connector. 17. Detach the wire harness pin-type retainer from the floor console. 18. Remove the 2 floor console upper bolts. 19. Disconnect the selector lever cable from the selector lever.
The following diagnostics might be helpful if the vehicle exhibits the conditlon(s) described above. Use the appropriate recommendation based on what symptom has occurred. Recommendation/Instructions No DTCs Review Corporate Bulletin Number 05-02-32-002B to assure you do not have a blown 60 amp steering fuse. The fuse can be blown during improper jump starting of the vehicle on the HHR and ION. Check for this particularly for tow in conditions. DO NOT replace the steering column unless an internal short has been Identified in the column that is causing fuse to blow. Power Steering Warning Message on DIC with DTCs C0176 and C0476 This condition is often the result of excessive lock-to-lock turns of the steering wheel, causing the thermal protection in the Power Steering Control Module (PSCM) to take the steering motor temporarily off line. This is a normal operating characteristic of the system. DO NOT replace the steering column for this condition. Refer to Corporate Bulletin Number 06-02-32-002B for additional information
Filed Under (Buick) by admin on 04-07-2010
Front Floor Console Front Floor Console Rear Mounting Plate Front Floor Console Mounting Plate Front Floor Console Mounting Plate Front Floor Console Mounting To Instrument Panel And Floor Front Floor Console Mounting Bracket Front Floor Console Mounting To Instrument Panel Front Floor Console Trim Plate Front Floor Console Controls Front Floor Console Inner Trim Panels Front Floor Console Wiring Remove or Disconnect 1. Battery ground (negative) cable. 2. Apply parking brake. 3. Reposition transaxle shift lever to the “LOW” position. 4. Front floor console trim plate. 5. Rubber mat from storage compartment in front floor console. 6. Bolts/screws from storage compartment area of front floor console. 7. Bolts/screws from front floor console mounting bracket rear of transaxle shifter lever. 8. Bolts screws from forward edge of front floor console. 9. Electrical connectors. 10. Pull front floor console rearward to release tabs from retainers in instrument panel. 11. Front floor console from vehicle. Install or Connect
Filed Under (Chevrolet) by admin on 12-06-2010
Condition Some customers may comment on any of the following concerns: • The shifter is hard to move or binds. • They cannot remove the ignition key. • It takes high effort to rotate the key. Cause 1 The shifter button may be sticking in the handle. Cause 2 The pin that activates the micro-switch may have moved out of position (refer to illustration above). This causes the micro-switch to fail to engage when the vehicle is placed in Park. If this condition is present, the customer will not be able to remove the key from the ignition. The illustration above shows the switch in a correct position. Cause 3 Metal flashing left in the cylinder may cause a high effort to rotate the key. Cause 4 The slider may be binding in the guides. This may cause the shifter to become difficult to operate. Correction 1 Verify that the shifter button is inoperative by evaluating if the park pawl pin on the shifter assembly moves when activating the button. If the parking pawl does not move when the button is activated, the shifter handle will have to be replaced. Refer to Floor Shifter Control Knob Replacement in SI.
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 05-06-2011
Removal of Factory Shifter Start by parking the car on level ground and placing chocks in front and behind one of the car’s rear wheels to prevent the car from rolling. Place the car in neutral with the parking brake disengaged. From inside the car, remove the shifter knob, boot, and trim panel around the shifter. Gently pull up on the outside of the trim, the clips will come undone one by one. Once the panel is unclipped, unscrew the knob, with boot and trim panel attached, from the lever and remove the assembly as one piece. Figure 1 indicates where to begin unclipping the panel. Next remove the trim piece, in front of the parking brake lever and cupholders, by gently pulling up on it to release the clips holding it in place. Then disconnect the three electrical connectors connected to it. Figure 2 indicates the panel to remove and see figure 3 for the connectors to disconnect. Also pull the parking brake lever boot over the lever to gain more access to the center console by gently pinching the base of the boot trim to release the clips. Now remove the two kick panels on the sides of the center console to gain more access to the shifter assembly. Remove the two exposed Phillips head plastic clip screws and clips, then gently pull outward on the rear of the panels to remove the three additional spring clips on each panel. See Figure 4. With the panels removed, unscrew the two Torx head screws securing the center console to the dash assembly. Then slide the front seats forward, as far as they will go, to remove the clips securing the center console in the rear. See Figures 5 and 6. Now, gently, lift up on the center console and slide it back an inch or so. To extract the shifter assembly, remove the four 10mm head nuts on the corners of the shifter base and disconnect the shift cables. The rear studs can be seen in figure 7. The front nuts were exposed after removing the kick panels. To remove the shift cables, use a screwdriver, or similar tool, to gently pop the levers off the ball studs on the shifter levers. See figure 8. Now lift up the shifter assembly and slide it back a bit. Using a screwdriver, or similar tool, GENTLY pry out the shift cables from the shifter base (see figure 9). Now turn the shifter assembly 90 degrees and remove the complete assembly from the car out through the space you made between the center console and dash. Note: The shifter base is made from plastic and will crack or break if not gently pryed on. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Installation of the Steeda Tri-Ax Shifter Assembly To install the shifter assembly follow steps 1-7 in reverse. Note: Before you have completely finished assembling the car be sure to check operation of the shifter by rowing the lever through all the gears to ensure function is correct. 8.