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removing the shift knob #55121 Oct 23, 2:59pm Oct 23, 2:59pm
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removing the shift knob
i've been trying to figure this out, but i cant seem to figure out how to remove the shift knob from the manual cars, i saw how to do it for the auto somewhere in this site, but not for the manuals, anyone know how!!


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Re: removing the shift knob [Re: qbanprepster21] #55122 Oct 23, 3:01pm Oct 23, 3:01pm
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You mean the actually knob part you hold in your hand? That you just turn counter clockwise.

If your talking about the peice thats around it, take your nob and boot off, and then grab the console near your window switches and tug up, it should pop right out. wink


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Re: removing the shift knob [Re: swthrtracer] #55123 Oct 23, 3:14pm Oct 23, 3:14pm
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Originally Posted by swthrtracer
You mean the actually knob part you hold in your hand? That you just turn counter clockwise.

If your talking about the peice thats around it, take your nob and boot off, and then grab the console near your window switches and tug up, it should pop right out. wink

Couldn't have said it better myself!

Re: removing the shift knob [Re: qbanprepster21] #55124 Oct 23, 3:16pm Oct 23, 3:16pm
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DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN WHEN YOU PUT IT BACK ON

It will push the top up and f it up. thumbsup


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Re: removing the shift knob [Re: qbanprepster21] #55125 Oct 24, 7:25pm Oct 24, 7:25pm
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well, ive been trying to turn it and it wont come off, thats why i asked, im lost


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Re: removing the shift knob [Re: qbanprepster21] #55126 Oct 24, 7:28pm Oct 24, 7:28pm
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takes a little bit of effort if it's the first time. but like they said earlier, don't over tighten it when putting it back on.


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Re: removing the shift knob [Re: UFCELI] #55128 Oct 24, 8:36pm Oct 24, 8:36pm
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Originally Posted by UFCELI
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Re: removing the shift knob [Re: qbanprepster21] #55129 Oct 25, 6:07am Oct 25, 6:07am
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alright, ill try it, right now, im getting my car inspected, im waiting at the dealership, on this guest internet access, so ill try it when i get back home!!


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Re: removing the shift knob [Re: qbanprepster21] #55130 Oct 25, 3:51pm Oct 25, 3:51pm
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Well is it a stock knob? If it's not then it requires a whole different approach to taking it off. If it is, it should look like a black plastic ball looking thing with numbers 1 2 3 4 5 R written on it. I'm assuming you have GT since that's what it says in your information.

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