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Old 02-09-2019, 09:34 AM
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Help removing shift knob

Iím trying to remove the shift knob and it wonít come off, Iíve remove the top cap and the screw And have been using a screwdriver to pry it off and actually ended up breaking the plastic piece u pull up on to go into reverse. Iíve tried 2 screwdrivers like in one of the how toís here is there any easier way to get this off preferably without breaking it more.
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Disregard that post got it off and hit me straight in the forehead
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It's a pain in the ass to remove. You pretty much destroy it in the process.
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lmao made me laugh with the forehead thing....yeah I destroyed mine when putting in my STS...I tried being gentle but resorted to two screw drivers on each side to pry
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Yea I was praying for a long time and nothing then I went with a screw driver on Either side longways so the knobs bottom was basically sitting on the screwdriver grabbed a home of each end and yanked up as hard as I could not knowing it was already loosened from prying, smacked me real hard haha
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