Re: [DML] remove shif knob
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Re: [DML] remove shif knob



Unless the previous owner did something weird (glued/welded it on?),
it just screws off. This is a 5 speed, right?

Grab the leather and pull it down a bit, it should expose a pair of
nuts just below the shift knob. Loosen the lower nut (move it further
away from the shift knob), then the upper if you can get a wrench on
it. The shift knob should then spin off freely.

-Ryan

On 7/25/05, Mike Walsh <mike@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I have not seen this question before but I have tried a few times to
> get the shift knob off. I have had a stainless one since before I even
> got the car.
> 
> The knob won't budge and I don't want to damage anything in doing it -
> any suggestions?
> 
> Mike Walsh
> #17084




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