Disassembly

1. REMOVE O/D MAIN SWITCH TERMINAL

(a) Remove the O/D main switch connector from the shift lever plate.

(b) Disengage the secondary locking device.

(c) Release the locking log of the terminals 5 and 6, and pull the terminals out from the rearward.

2. REMOVE SHIFT LEVER KNOB SUB-ASSEMBLY

(a) Remove the 2 screws and shift lever knob sub-assembly. NOTICE:

Pay attention not to apply unnatural load to O/D main switch wire harness.

(b) Remove the O/D main switch.

(d) Remove the shift lever stop pin, shift lever knob button, shift Sever knob button guide and compression spring.

3. REMOVE UPPER POSITION INDICATOR HOUSING

(a) Remove the upper position indicator housing.

(b) Remove the control position indicator plate.

(c) Remove the 3 slide covers from the lower position indicator housing.

4. REMOVE LOWER POSITION INDICATOR HOUSING

(a) Remove the indicator lamp wire sub-assembly.

(b) Remove the 4 screws and lower position indicator housing.

(c) Remove the bulb cap and bulb from the indicator lamp wire sub-assembly.

(d) Remove the shift iock release button and spring.

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5. REMOVE SHIFT LOCK UNIT

Remove the 2 screws and shift lock unit.

6. REMOVE SCREW AND MANUAL DETENT SPRING

7. REMOVE SHIFT LEVER SUB-ASSEMBLY

Using a screwdriver and hammer, drive off the shaft control while disengaging the claw of the shaft control and remove the shift lever sub-assembly.

8. REMOVE DETENT ROD

(a) Set a 14 mm deep socket wrench.

(b) Using a punch and hammer, remove the grooved pin.

(c) Remove the detent rod and spring.

(d) Remove the shift lever knob sleeve from the detent rod.

9. REMOVE COLLARS

Using a screwdriver and hammer, remove the 4 collars.

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