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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 08-21-05, 05:01 PM
Steve
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removing the AOD t-handle from my fox

Hi all. I did a search through this group and on Google for this info,
but could not find anything -- although it would seem it should be a
simple/common thing to accomplish.

I need to replace the shift indicator in my '89 w/AOD. How do I remove
the T-handle so that I can just slide the old shift indicator up and
off and put the new one on? I don't see a set screw anywhere. Does it
just pop off or what? I'm sure I could remove it if I knocked it
around enough, but I'm trying not to destroy it or other parts in the
process. Seems like this should be something rather simple to do.
Thanks!



 
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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 08-21-05, 08:01 PM
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Re: removing the AOD t-handle from my fox

"Steve" <tallone468@hotmail.com> wrote in
news:1124668032.695141.178300@o13g2000cwo.googlegroups.com:

> Hi all. I did a search through this group and on Google for this

info,
> but could not find anything -- although it would seem it should be a
> simple/common thing to accomplish.
>
> I need to replace the shift indicator in my '89 w/AOD. How do I

remove
> the T-handle so that I can just slide the old shift indicator up and
> off and put the new one on? I don't see a set screw anywhere. Does

it
> just pop off or what? I'm sure I could remove it if I knocked it
> around enough, but I'm trying not to destroy it or other parts in

the
> process. Seems like this should be something rather simple to do.
> Thanks!


IIRC, mine just pulled right off. Had to replace the button in the
handle once. Don't know if the '89 is the same, but if there's no set
screw or anything, try _gently_ pulling on it to see if it comes out.

Joe
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