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Honda Civic Service Manual: A/T Gear Position Indicator Panel Light Harness Removal and Installation (A/T, CVT)

Honda Civic Service Manual / Powertrain / Transmission/Transaxle / Automatic / A/T Gear Position Indicator Panel Light Harness Removal and Installation (A/T, CVT)

NOTE: Do not wipe off the special grease applied to the area of the shift lever marked with an asterisk (*) when you disassemble it.


1. Center Console Panel Assembly (Except '12M M/T)

1.

Detach the clips (A).



2.

Remove the center console panel (A).


3.

For some models: Disconnect the connector(s) (B).


2. Cup Holder Panel Assembly

1.

Remove the cup holder panel assembly (A).


3. Center Console Assembly


1.

Remove the bolts (A).


2.

Disconnect the connector (B).



3.

Remove the console box mat (A).


4.

Remove the bolts (B).


5.

Disconnect the connector (A).


6.

Remove the center console (A), in the numbered sequence shown.


4. Shift Lever Knob and Shift Lever Knob Ring


1.

Pull down the shift lever ring (A).


2.

Wrap the end of a flat-tip screwdriver (B) with tape, remove the shift lever knob ring (C).


3.

Remove the shift lever knob (A) and the shift lever ring (B).


5. A/T Gear Position Indicator Panel Assembly (Type B Shift Lever)


1.

Remove the A/T gear position indicator panel light socket (A).


2.

Remove the A/T gear position indicator panel light bulb (B).


3.

Unhook the A/T gear position indicator panel light harness (C) from the harness guides.


4.

Remove the A/T gear position indicator panel assembly (A) by expanding the four lock tabs (B).


6. Shift Lock Release (Type B Shift Lever)

1.

Remove the shift lock release (A).


7. A/T Gear Position Indicator Panel Light Harness (Type B Shift Lever)


1.

Disconnect the connector (A).


2.

Remove the park pin switch (B).


3.

Remove the connector clamp (C), then remove the A/T gear position indicator panel light harness (D).


NOTE: Do not wipe off the special grease applied to the area of the shift lever marked with an asterisk (*) when you assemble it.


1. A/T Gear Position Indicator Panel Light Harness (Type B Shift Lever)


1.

Install the A/T gear position indicator panel light harness (A), then install the connector clamp (B).


2.

Install the park pin switch (C).


3.

Connect the connector (D).


2. Shift Lock Release (Type B Shift Lever)

1.

Install the shift lock release (A).


3. A/T Gear Position Indicator Panel Assembly (Type B Shift Lever)

1.

Install the A/T gear position indicator panel assembly (A) by aligning the four lock tabs (B).



2.

Install the A/T gear position indicator panel light bulb (A).


3.

Install the A/T gear position indicator panel light socket (B).


4.

Hook the A/T gear position indicator panel light harness (C) to the harness guides.


4. Shift Lever Knob and Shift Lever Knob Ring

1.

Install the shift lever knob (A) and the shift lever ring (B).

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2.

Pull down the shift lever ring (A) if necessary, and install the shift lever knob ring (B).


3.

Pull up the shift lever ring to secure the knob ring.


5. Center Console Assembly

1.

Install the center console (A), in the numbered sequence shown.


2.

Connect the connector (A).



3.

Install the bolts (A).


4.

Install the console box mat (B).


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5.

Connect the connector (A).


6.

Install the bolts (B).


6. Cup Holder Panel Assembly

1.

Install the cup holder panel assembly (A).


7. Center Console Panel Assembly (Except '12M M/T)


1.

For some models: Connect the connector(s) (A).


2.

Install the center console panel (B).


3.

Install the clips (A).


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