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need help immediately on shift knob #380002 Jan 21, 5:26pm Jan 21, 5:26pm
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need help immediately on shift knob
alright i know my car isn't a 7th gen but perhaps you guys could still help i have a 93 celica st automatic. k guys i just tried remeoving my stock automatic shift knob. i unscrewed the two bolts off the back and realized that i had to pop off the cap that holds the OD button so i did that and removed the screws which hold the OD. well there are wires to it and i didn't wnan cut em so i started putting them back together. but as i did i knocked out the black shifter button and now i dont know how to get it back in so it'll shift by pressing the button in. please anyone help me i really need to get this put back together quick! :bowdown: :bowdown: theres a white rod inside of the shifter that activates the shifting when you press the button in but this is the thing its pointing a differnet direction than when you press the button in. if anyone can please help.


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Re: need help immediately on shift knob [Re: dman] #380003 Jan 21, 7:14pm Jan 21, 7:14pm
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please anyone help


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Re: need help immediately on shift knob [Re: dman] #380004 Jan 21, 7:16pm Jan 21, 7:16pm
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idk, don't own an automatic rofl. j/k.

Play with it, take a good look at the mechanism. Thats all i can say.


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Re: need help immediately on shift knob [Re: Polykarb] #380005 Jan 21, 7:41pm Jan 21, 7:41pm
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any one else. please i really need help


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Re: need help immediately on shift knob [Re: dman] #380006 Jan 21, 7:47pm Jan 21, 7:47pm
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Polykarb
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Search google, call up peeps or go to the dealership. Sorry i cannot help you anymore.


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Re: need help immediately on shift knob [Re: Polykarb] #380007 Jan 21, 10:16pm Jan 21, 10:16pm
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thanks polykarb, i tried google but i dont know what to type in. and im having my friend take a look at it tomorrow. thanks again. if anynoe else has immput please let me know


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