Ok boys and girls, I haven't seen one of these threads yet so I decided to take it upon myself to photo-document my BT Park Lockout install.
For starters you will need some tools (socket set, needle nose pliers, universal screw driver, and a bottle opener) the BT Lockout, and of course some liquid refreshments.
Now that you have a beverage, set your radio to a good station, now you are ready to start!
Start by removing all the loose trim pieces (tray below ash tray, cubby beside shifter, chrome shifter trim, and the tray inside the arm rest)
With the tray out of the centre console remove the 3 8MM bolts around the raised sheet metal
Next remove the trim plate on the centre stack (I find it easiest to start at the top and then the bottom)
Once it it loose there are 3 sockets to disconnect, 1st is the Hazard/Airbag/ESP socket
Then the 2 for the Climate controls
Next pop the ashtray panel free and disconnect the 1 or 3 harness' from it
Now you can unscrew the 2 screws that go into the dash
Then the 2 that go into the floor
At this point you will be able to lift the whole centre console, there is going to be 1 or 2 harness' to disconnect before it can come out though, 1st is for the Accessory power, next if you car is VES equipped it's harness. I found it easier to recline the seat to disconnect them.
Now we are into the nitty gritty, there are 4 10MM (Deep socket, w/ an extension are preferable here) nuts holding the shifter assembly down, 2 on the back
and 2 on the front
With those done remove the 8mm bolt on the passenger side that holds the shifter cable. On the drivers side unhook the lock out cable from the pink thingy. Disconnect the harness on the rear of the shifter assembly, and the unit it ready to remove from the car
I'm not going to re-invent the wheel here so follow BT's instructional video on how to install the Lockout into the shifter assembly:
Once the sexy new BT piece is installed simply re-assemble.
The only thing to watch for is a set of tabs on the side aprons of the centre console where it meets the dash. They need to slip into their pockets
And you're done!!!
This was a 3 beer job on the difficulty scale
Now time for a quick test drive
'When I was arrested I was dressed in black'
Mods: Predator 93 CAI, Air Hammer, Eagle Mani, Stainless Works Long Tubes, JBA Catback, SRT8 suspension, Mopar Sways, REM Strut tower bar and Bumpsteer, Dual weave Grill, Daytona Chin and 20s, CSRT8 Diffuser, Kicker Sub, 6000K & 3500K HIDs, shaved letters, Old skool R/Ts, Hood Struts, 300C Handles & lower moldings, Two toned tails, BT Oil Catch and other goodies, Husky Liners, and Sirius Stilleto.
Mods- Blastin Bobs, Airaid CAI, Mopar Remote start, Clarion DVD system, Zinik 20's, Painted splash guards, Coming soon- Zoomers, Predator
What is the upside to this mod?
*2007 Magnum R/T
*1966 Charger 383
MoPar or NoCar!!!!!!!
Curious.. Is that a Sirius radio unit next to your Nav that has built in Sirius?
2007 Dodge Charger SRT-8 Super Bee edition
AIRAID CAI | SLP LM Catback | Diablosport Predator | Nitto DR's
nice write up. beans for you.
disconnect battery whenever working near the ORC (occupant restraint controller/airbag control module).
i wish they never would have taken away the vehicle profile from post headers.
Is it a good idea to put a dab of Lithium grease on the pivot point of the shifter thing that we are installing??? A light coat of grease??
Good write up and with photos.
Bob in Ocala, Florida, 05' Magnum RT. Superchips tuner & Flowmaster 40's. 402 Motoring rear spoiler, mud flaps, tinted & painted tail lights. Danko shaker hood, 69' Charger grille, front spoiler, rear diffuser.
Great Job! I got mine from Scott on Saturday so now I can get
it installed. Now that's all you need is a BT shifter plate and
pistol grip handle
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Thanks everybody, I hope this will help w/ your pinky thingies
great write up! Beans to that!