Here is a quick write up on how to replace a broken column shifter after not finding anything on the web. It is simple enough to get done in about an hour or 2. You will need: Torx driver in sizes 20 and 30, a small blade screw driver, large blade screw driver, thread locker and some patience. Use the Torx 20 driver to remove the bottom piece of the column cover. There are 2 screws. Slide the cover BACK and DOWN. You will notice after it has a hook on either side so don't force it out. No need to remove the top cover. Remove the tilt adjuster by pulling straight out. Remove the instrument cover. There are 3 Torx 30 screws holding the shifter in and 1 Torx 30 holding in the shifter handle. Also there is a cable going to the back of the ignition switch and 2 nylon ball joints that connect the shifter cable and brake pedal. The cable snaps in and you use a small blade screw driver to push in the snap piece in and pull back and out. The nylon ball joints get pried off with a larger flat blade screw driver and simply snap back on the new unit. Install the unit. Put some thread locker on the screws. After you get the unit back in, you may need to adjust the shifter cable at the transmission which is a lot easier than you think. If it doesn't go into park all the way use the procedure below. If it does, then check the range of the shifter and make sure it goes into all gears. Put the shifter into park. Looking at the tranny, the bottom of the shifter lever should be all the way forward and the cable looking fully extended, which is park. The cable snaps onto the lever with a ball joint. Carefully pry it off. There is a black, sliding retainer clip that covers a white locking button. The adjuster seems to be spring loaded. Move the black clip forward and carefully push out the white clip just a little. The end of the cable will move forward which in essence extends the length of the cable which gives the shifter more throw. But keep in mind you may be making it harder to go into low if it is too long. Push the white locking button in and slide back the black clip. Snap the cable back onto the shifter. Check the shifter range. Done.