Question about Buick Grand National
Carefully pry the button off the shift lever with a screwdriver. It has a spring underneath and will pop off (and hit you in the head) eventually. DO THIS GENTLEY as the shaft of the button that holds it onto the shifter can break. Pry a little on all sides of the button.
2. Disconnect the overdrive terminals - if you have them. A small screwdriver will let you pry out the switch on the side of the shifter head.
3. Twist and pull on the shift knob - a bit of WD40 will help it slide off easier.
4. Unscrew bracket screws on the floor and unclip AT housing.
5. Replace as pulled apart.
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