Conclusion As you can see, the application is similar, its all a matter of locating the shift boot locking mechanisms, and the shifter locking bolt. Once you have located these, you just remove them to remove the shifter. In some instances, the shifter might be placed under a large or integrated console as in some trucks and sports cars, in this instance, you will need to know how to remove the console before removing the shifter. The Dodge is a classic example of how a large console with a shift boot and shifter locking pin that needs to be removed, but the operation again is very similar to the Ford. In all cases, the tools you will need include a Screwdriver, a Socket wrench with a Socket set.
How to remove the shifter from manual transmission
There are many different types of transmissions and vehicles, so changing a shifter form a manual transmission will vary between models. With this in mind, the actual process is virtually the same in every application, so without going into too much detail, let's take a look at how to remove a shifter from a manual transmission.