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 How to Remove an AOD Shift Arm?

Answer An AOD shift arm allows the transmission to shift into each gear, and is mounted on the steering column. AOD stands for automatic with overdrive, and refers to an automatic transmission with an ext... Read More »
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How to Remove a Shift Knob?

There are many reasons why you might need to remove your car's gear-shift knob, such as cleaning or repairing the knob or to swap it out for a new one. Fortunately, you can take off the shifter kno... Read More »
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How to Remove the Shift Handle From a Grand Am?

Pontiac produced the Grand Am between 1973 and 2005. The last generation Pontiac Grand Am was the 1999 to 2005 model. This model had a center-console mounted shifter covered by a leather boot. The ... Read More »
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How to Remove Automatic Shift Knobs?

For ease of maintenance, all cars with automatic transmissions come with removable shift knobs, generally called shift handles. There are a few reasons why you may need to remove an automatic shif... Read More »
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How to Remove the Vacuum Shift From a Jeep?

Removing the vacuum shifter from your Jeep requires access to the front axle housing from under the Jeep. The vacuum shifter, used in the early Cherokee and Wrangler models with a Dana 30 axle asse... Read More »
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