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Not sure on the Kia for but the Isuzu Rodeo had a problem with the electric switch actuator to unlock and lock the park brake shift mechanism if you to remove the handle usually there is either a push button a lock slide clip or a Torx or Phillips screw on the back side then lift the handle remove the plastic housing around the base you should see a plastic pin of sorts that stops IT from moving
Hello, not sure if you have the knob off yet or not, but to do that you would pull the switch to the full out position and there's a small silver button on the side of the switch, push this and continue to pull the knob out. On the face plate there's a nut, some you can get with a flat blade screwdriver and others have a nut with two indents that need a special tool or maybe a needle nose plier and carefully turn it off. To put the knob back in, don't use the button, just gently push it in, it may take some maneuvering. GL
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In this video we'll show you how to repair the broken shifter handle button on a 2003 Honda Accord ...
Re-attaching the knob to the gearshift is the key...Look for a hole on the lower section of the knob...if you cannot see it...remove the bottom chrome piece from the knob, (pry apart carefully not to scratch the chrome housing...you should see the small hole normally includes a small allen insert screw or Phillips screw...must be screwed in to the gear shift shaft to hold in place...if you cannot compare...visit a local salvage yard to experiment..."Pic A Part" is a national self help salvage yard. Hope this helps. If the button does not stay in the gear shift knob...you can replace the knob (with button) only...remove the knob as described above. Hope this helps.
Have you tried putting it in Neutral, then selecting 4-low. That's what we have to do on our 2000 Chevy Blazer. Same with going from 4-low to 4-high or 4-low to 2 high. It will shift from 2-high to 4 high on the fly (not in Neutral) and back.
There is a plasticactuator stick under the shift knob. Remove the "horse shoe" clip from the shift knob and remove knob by pulling strait up. You can twist it right and left a very small amount to loosen the knob, but not much.
Once you have the shift knob removed you will see the plastic actuator stick. Push down on the stick and put shift lever in park. If that works, the shift knob or stick is worn out.
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There are two types of shift knobs. One that unscrews and one that the lower trim of the shift knob separates from the knob using a trim stick. After separating the lower trim from the knob pull upward to release the knob from the shift lever. If a new shifter assembly is being installed, unscrew the original shift knob or separate the lower trim from the knob and pull up to remove the knob from the shift lever. Screw the knob onto the new shifter assembly's lever no more than 14 turns or install the lower trim onto the shift lever then push the knob onto the shift lever and install the lower trim piece onto the shift knob.