Download 1. Unscrew the stock shift knob by rotating it counter clockwise. 2. Remove all screws securing center console and remove console. 3. Remove the rubber dust boot surrounding the shifter, use caution not to damage it. Put it in a safe place for re-installation later. 4. Place the car up on a lift, or use a jack and jack stands to raise it off the ground. Loosen the nut on the base of the shifter using a 12mm socket and ratchet. You may need to hold the head of the bolt on the opposite side of the shift rod with a wrench to loosen the nut. 5. Remove the bolt from the base of the shifter and lower the shift rod that connected it to the shifter. 6. Remove both bolts securing the shift assembly to the under side of the chassis with a 12mm socket and ratchet. 7. Remove the bolt at the transmission end of the shift rod with a 12mm or 14mm (depending on model) socket and ratchet. It may be necessary to use a 12mm or 14mm wrench if space is limited. 8. Remove the shift assembly and shift rod from the car. It may be necessary to disconnect the rubber exhaust hangers to have enough space to remove the shifter and shift rod.9. This is the shift assembly after it has been removed from the vehicle. 10. Remove the 2 bolts holding the shift assembly together with a 10mm socket and ratchet. You may need to use vice grips to secure the top of the bolts to successfully remove the nuts on the bottom of the assembly. 11. Remove the shifter and plate from the rod once both the bolts are removed.