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How do you remove the bolt from the gear shift on a manual transmission 1996 ford explorer

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Remove the nut from the stud and put it on the other end and when you tighten it up it will pull the stud out. when you put it back to together switch the nut back to where it was first and tighten it up to hold the shifter in place. I know it sounds screwed up but that is the way it works

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