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I need to remove the gear shift knob on a 1993 Pontiac grand am

How do you remove the gear shift or get into the console to remove the heater core?

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Have to shift out of park engine off key on and their will be a pin or screw on the front side of gear shifter

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Need diagram for replacing heater core



    Detach the heater core hoses at the firewall. The two black hoses attach near the firewall on the passenger's side of the engine compartment. Squeeze the hose clamps on the end of the hoses with pliers and slide the hoses from the heater core tubes.

    • 4Remove the lower passenger's-side and driver's-side dashboard panels. The two panels are held in with push-pins. Raise the center of the push-pins with a small, standard screwdriver and pull the pins from the panels. Pull the panels away from the dashboard to separate them from the dashboard.
    • 5Remove the center console. Separate the gear select trim piece from the center console, using a small standard screwdriver to pry the trim piece from the center console. Lift it over the shift knob and rotate it to clear the knob. Remove the retaining screws holding the center console in place with a Phillips screwdriver. Lift the console up over the shift knob and remove it from the interior.
    • 6Remove the glove box. Open the door to the glove box. Squeeze the two retaining tabs on the ends of the glove box and pull the glove box away from the dashboard. Remove it from the interior.
    • 7Detach the drain tube from the heater core cover, which is located behind the glove box. The tube can be pulled from the heater core cover by hand. Detach the air intake duct from the bottom of the heater core cover. The air intake duct runs from the bottom of the cover to the center of the dashboard. Remove the duct by hand.
    • 8Remove the retaining screws on the black heater core cover with a Phillips screwdriver. Pull the cover from the heater core and remove it from the interior. Remove the heater core clamp screw with a Phillips screwdriver, pull the clamp away from the heater core, then pull the heater core from the housing.
    • 9Place the replacement heater core against the housing. Place the clamp over the heater core and install the clamp retaining screw with a Phillips screwdriver. Position the heater core cover over the heater core and install the retaining screws with a Phillips screwdriver.
    • 10Attach the drain tube and the air intake duct to the heater core cover.
    • 11Install the glove box. Squeeze the retaining tabs on the sides of the glove box and push it into position against the dashboard. Release the tabs when the glove box is in position.
    • 12Install the center console. Guide the console over the shift knob and install the retaining screws with a Phillips screwdriver. Slip the shift selector trim piece over the shift knob and push it into the center console.
    • 13Place the lower passenger's-side and driver's-side dashboard panel in position. Install the push-pins into the retaining holes, pushing the in center of the pin to engage the pins.
    • 14Fill the radiator with coolant. Most climates require a 50/50 mix of DEXCOOL coolant and water. 2.2L engines require 8.6 qts., 2.4L

Nov 22, 2012 | 2000 Oldsmobile Alero

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How to replace gear shift indicatoc lamp on 2005 pontiac grand prix


You need to first remove the shift knob...with the car off, turn to on...not start, and pull the shift lever down to engage the low gear...then look on the backside of the knob for the removal clip, or screw...if yours has the u clip, you need to pull this out...(needle nose pliers) and remove...(or unscrew the small screw if equipped) You can now lift the knob straight up and off...you then need to remove the screws that hold down the center console...on the inside of the console, at the bottom...this will allow you to view and remove the indicator bulb...be sure to match the bulb exactly...some are bulb # 124...Switch out the bulb and reassemble...the u clip or screw must be back in place as the last step to re-attach the knob...Hope this helps.

Mar 14, 2011 | 2005 Pontiac Grand Prix

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Removing heater core


This is for a 2.3L
Hope this helps, it it does please leave feedback Thank You and Good Luck

REMOVAL
  1. Disconnect battery ground cable.
  2. Drain cooling system.
  3. Raise and support vehicle.
  4. Disconnect heater hoses from heater core assembly.
  5. Remove drain tube.
  6. Lower vehicle.
  7. If equipped, remove console as follows:
    1. Apply parking brake and block drive wheels.
    2. Position transaxle shift lever in Neutral.
    3. On models with automatic transaxle, remove clip retaining shift lever handle to lever, then remove shift lever handle.
    4. On models with manual transaxle, turn shift lever handle counterclockwise to remove from lever.
    5. On all models, carefully pry upward on outer edges of console trim plate.
    6. Disconnect electrical connectors and ashtray lamp from console trim plate, then remove trim plate from console.
    7. Remove console to mounting bracket attaching screws, then remove console.
  1. Right and left sound insulators.
  2. Steering column opening filler.
Floor Air Duct Outlet 58917672

  1. Floor air outlet duct.
  2. Heater core cover.
  3. Heater core mounting clamps and remove heater core.
INSTALLATION
  1. Heater core and heater core mounting clamps.
  2. Heater core cover.
  3. Floor air outlet duct.
  4. Right and left sound insulators.
  5. Console.
  6. Steering column opening filler.
  7. Raise vehicle.
  8. Heater hoses to heater core.
  9. Drain tube to heater case.
  10. Lower vehicle.
  11. Negative battery cable.
  12. Fill cooling system and check for leaks.

Jan 01, 2011 | 1994 Pontiac Grand Am

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Need to get the gear shift knob off of a 1999 pontiac grand prix


83375219Remove horseshoe clip from front of shift control knob, and remove knob

Jul 02, 2010 | 1999 Pontiac Grand Prix

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I have a 1996 grand prix se I believe that my heater core is leaking how hard is it to change it in this vehicle


It's a big job. The heater core is accessed from inside the car under the dash. If your car has a center console, it must be removed, along with the glove box and the under dash covers. Then you'll see the actual heater box. Removing the box will show you the core, but you'll need to go under the hood to disconnect the heater hoses before you can remove it. Obviously, you need to drain the cooling system first.
Also note, when you replace the core and put the heater box back in, the box has to be sealed for proper operation. In some cases, either RTV sealant can be used, or foam tape.

Jan 21, 2010 | 1996 Pontiac Grand Prix

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Where is the heater core located in 1997 pontiac grand prix


Core is dead center in front of the shift console. There is a bunch of plastic that needs to be removed to get to it, including (on most) the console.
Hardest part of job is getting to the heater hose ends on the firewall (difficult to get to from above or underneath unless it's on a lift, but not impossible) Haynes and Chilton have pretty good instructions for that job and you can use the manuals for other stuff as well...(about $20)
Job takes some time but is much easier than a Jeep!!!! (all day job)
Good luck

Nov 30, 2009 | 1997 Pontiac Grand Am

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Heater core location and how to replace


its dead center in front of the console under the dash. there is a bunch of plastic pannels you need to remove as well as the console. You will need a manual to guide you through it...it is a pain in the **** to do and too long to write everything here.

Feb 01, 2009 | 1993 Pontiac Grand Am

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