Damage symptoms when the gear lever jumped out of the bearing
There are transmission lever systems where the gear lever is laying on the rubber in the bottom part with a spring mechanism. When this mechanism falls apart or the shield pops out, the gear lever can be put into any gear, but it’s much harder.
Taking apart a gear lever
If the rubber that the lever is laid upon isn’t damaged, but just the mechanism, the repair is done from the inside of the car. The rubber is changed from below the car and that wont be in the text.
First we need to remove the decoration leather. On this car model it is held by click screws. Place a screwdriver under and slowly push it away to get it apart.
With a fork wrench 13 we take off the main screw. After that with a screwdriver unscrew the screw on the other side and pull out the lever.
Take out the ribbons from the transmission so that we don’t lose them. If you are sure you wont lose them then you don’t need to take them out.
Parts of the mechanism that are holding the gear lever
The mechanism is made out of a circular protector, a spring, plastic foundation and two pieces of plastic that surround the ball in the bottom part of the transmission.
Assembling the bottom part of the mechanism
First we place in the spring.
In the spring place a foundation that has a cut on it. The cut is there so that the rest of the mechanism is compatible.
Thus we place the bottom part of the lever with a ball into the foundation. And the plastic pieces around it. When these plastic pieces are connected they have space for a cut that is in the spring.
This way the complete mechanism is placed in the provided place and pressed down so it goes all the way down. After this place the protector in. The protector should just fall in place.
The rest of assembly is the opposite of disassembly.