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    Senior Member Henrik's Avatar
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    Shifter replacement

    I just purchased a SS Gear Change Lever ("stick shift") but I'm not sure how to remove the old one. I removed the roll pin, but it is still attached via an internal spring. What next?
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    Hidden at the base of the Gear Change Lever is a Washer and a Circlip (C-Clip).
    The Washer and Circlip must be removed in order for the Lever to slide out from the Gearchange Assembly.

    Please see my posts number 19 and 20 in my thread below and inside the pictures I explain what you are looking at.

    Gear Lever broke off at its base
    http://dmctalk.org/showthread.php?72...its-base/page2
    Mark Vanyo
    Links to DeLorean related web sites!
    http://dmctalk.org/showthread.php?19...s-Part-I-of-II.

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    Senior Member Henrik's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by outatym2001 View Post
    Hidden at the base of the Gear Change Lever is a Washer and a Circlip (C-Clip).
    The Washer and Circlip must be removed in order for the Lever to slide out from the Gearchange Assembly.

    Please see my posts number 19 and 20 in my thread below and inside the pictures I explain what you are looking at.

    Gear Lever broke off at its base
    http://dmctalk.org/showthread.php?72...its-base/page2
    Thanks Mark!!!

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    Senior Member Henrik's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by outatym2001 View Post
    Hidden at the base of the Gear Change Lever is a Washer and a Circlip (C-Clip).
    The Washer and Circlip must be removed in order for the Lever to slide out from the Gearchange Assembly.

    Please see my posts number 19 and 20 in my thread below and inside the pictures I explain what you are looking at.

    Gear Lever broke off at its base
    http://dmctalk.org/showthread.php?72...its-base/page2
    Hey Mark,
    I added my two cents - right here.

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