Honda Accord: Shift Lock Release, Release Spring, and
Release Shaft Replacement - A/T interlock System - Transaxle - Honda Accord MK8 2008-2012 Service ManualHonda Accord: Shift Lock Release, Release Spring, and Release Shaft Replacement

Eighth generation (2008–2012) / Honda Accord MK8 2008-2012 Service Manual / Transaxle / A/T interlock System / Shift Lock Release, Release Spring, and Release Shaft Replacement

Type A Shift Lever

1. Remove the shift lever assembly (see page 14-222).

2. Remove the A/T gear position indicator panel from the shift lever (see page 14-227).

3. Release the lock (A) of the shift lock release, and remove the shift lock release and the release spring (B).

4. Release the lock (C) of the release shaft, and remove


4. Release the lock (C) of the release shaft, and remove the shaft (D).

5. Replace the shift lock release, the release spring, or the release shaft.

6. Install the release spring (A) in the shift lock release (B).

7. Install the release shaft (C) in the shift lever, and install


7. Install the release shaft (C) in the shift lever, and install the shift lock release and the release spring on the release shaft end.

8. Make sure that the release spring end (A) is installed in the shift lock release (B), and the hooked end (C) is on the stop (D).

9. Install the A/T gear position indicator panel on the


9. Install the A/T gear position indicator panel on the shift lever (see page 14-227).

10. Install the shift lever assembly (see page 14-224).

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