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  1. Begin by removing the shift knob and collar if so equipped. Begin by removing the shift knob and collar if so equipped.
    • Begin by removing the shift knob and collar if so equipped.

  2. Use a Phillips screwdriver and remove the two screws on each side of the console. There are two mounting screws towards the front of the console.
    • Use a Phillips screwdriver and remove the two screws on each side of the console.

    • There are two mounting screws towards the front of the console.

  3. Pull the ebrake handle up, as far as it will go. Remove the console cover. Remove the console cover.
    • Pull the ebrake handle up, as far as it will go.

    • Remove the console cover.

  4. Using trim tools, pry the back section of the console off. Start at the top and work your way down. Use your hands to separate the plastic clips. Start at the top and work your way down. Use your hands to separate the plastic clips.
    • Using trim tools, pry the back section of the console off.

    • Start at the top and work your way down. Use your hands to separate the plastic clips.

  5. Disconnect the two sensors. Disconnect the two sensors. Disconnect the two sensors.
    • Disconnect the two sensors.

  6. Remove the two rear mounting screws from the base of the console. Remove the two rear mounting screws from the base of the console.
    • Remove the two rear mounting screws from the base of the console.

  7. Unscrew the front panel and remove it. Pull it forward to release the clips. Pull it forward to release the clips.
    • Unscrew the front panel and remove it.

    • Pull it forward to release the clips.

  8. Disconnect all of the connectors. Disconnect all of the connectors. Disconnect all of the connectors.
    • Disconnect all of the connectors.

  9. Remove the mounting screw and prepare to remove the console from the car. Slide it backward and lift the rear section upward. Slide it backward and lift the rear section upward.
    • Remove the mounting screw and prepare to remove the console from the car.

    • Slide it backward and lift the rear section upward.

  10. Remove the factory wiring harness from the stock shifter assembly. Remove the factory wiring harness from the stock shifter assembly.
    • Remove the factory wiring harness from the stock shifter assembly.

  11. Remove the LH side shifter cable clip and slide the cable off the shifter pin. Rotate the shifter cable mount and slide it upward so it comes out of the shifter. Rotate the shifter cable mount and slide it upward so it comes out of the shifter.
    • Remove the LH side shifter cable clip and slide the cable off the shifter pin.

    • Rotate the shifter cable mount and slide it upward so it comes out of the shifter.

  12. Remove the four shifter base mounting bolts. Remove the four shifter base mounting bolts.
    • Remove the four shifter base mounting bolts.

  13. Rotate the shifter and remove the RH side shifter cable. This ball cup end link can be removed by spreading the metal clip apart.
    • Rotate the shifter and remove the RH side shifter cable.

    • This ball cup end link can be removed by spreading the metal clip apart.

    • Spread it apart and slide the cable downward.

  14. Unlock the shifter cable by depressing the clip with a flat tip screwdriver. Then rotate the shifter cable and slide it upward, removing it from the shifter base. Then rotate the shifter cable and slide it upward, removing it from the shifter base.
    • Unlock the shifter cable by depressing the clip with a flat tip screwdriver.

    • Then rotate the shifter cable and slide it upward, removing it from the shifter base.

  15. Remove the stock shifter cable from the chassis. Prepare the new Hybrid Racing shifter and reinstall the RH side shifter cable clip. Install the clip in the opposite way of the previous step.
    • Remove the stock shifter cable from the chassis.

    • Prepare the new Hybrid Racing shifter and reinstall the RH side shifter cable clip.

    • Install the clip in the opposite way of the previous step.

  16. Rotate and slide the shifter cables back into their respective locations. Use the supplied hardware and bolt the shifter base to the chassis. Use the supplied hardware and bolt the shifter base to the chassis.
    • Rotate and slide the shifter cables back into their respective locations.

    • Use the supplied hardware and bolt the shifter base to the chassis.

  17. Make sure your shifter cables are locked into place. Reinstall the LH side shifter cable and use the supplier cotter pin.
    • Make sure your shifter cables are locked into place.

    • Reinstall the LH side shifter cable and use the supplier cotter pin.

  18. Reinstall the factory wiring harness so it clips into the shifter base. Reinstall the factory wiring harness so it clips into the shifter base.
    • Reinstall the factory wiring harness so it clips into the shifter base.

  19. Once the shifter is installed, you can install the shifter offset. This part can be positioned to your liking. Once you are satisfied with the location, tighten the offset so it does not rotate and the rod does not slide. This part can be positioned to your liking. Once you are satisfied with the location, tighten the offset so it does not rotate and the rod does not slide.
    • Once the shifter is installed, you can install the shifter offset.

    • This part can be positioned to your liking. Once you are satisfied with the location, tighten the offset so it does not rotate and the rod does not slide.

  20. The installation is complete. You can now reinstall all of the factory console components in reverse order. You can remove the shift boot and leave the shifter exposed, or you can retain it and slide the boot over the rod. Shift through all gear and confirm everything is smooth and direct. If it's good, you are finished!
    • The installation is complete. You can now reinstall all of the factory console components in reverse order.

    • You can remove the shift boot and leave the shifter exposed, or you can retain it and slide the boot over the rod.

    • Shift through all gear and confirm everything is smooth and direct. If it's good, you are finished!

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