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    Stenoree New Member

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    I want to install an after market shift knob but am having an issue. It seems the one on currently is a part of the transmission. Will this be an issue?
     
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    I think the problem is that you have an awd shift knob on your fwd car.
     
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    It's a awd not a fwd.
     
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    It isn't, but seriously, the knob should screw off. It may have a set screw or two around the base.
     
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    I can't spot a single clip or screw
     
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    unscrew it. Lefty loosey, righty tighty. If you can't do it, eat some wheaties and try again.
     
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    That's the thing most shift knob you just screw off. I've tried using pliers and everything and it just won't budge.
     
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    I didn't take a picture but the top part comes off the black looking dildo thing lmao that comes off but under it is just a hole there's no screw or anything it's just black and the metal part won't come off
     
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    Cut it off and tap new threads onto the shift arm for the shift knob you want to use.
     
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    Guessing this was a cheesy RAZO nubbed for her pleasure shift knob. Search YouTube for some vids on removing RAZO knobs. You will find several for automatic RAZO knobs which will be similar. Basically, it screws in two pieces at one of those joints which will allow the lower bezel to fall down, likely revealing the set screws that are in the base of the knob holding it on. That is if you are actually serious about this question.
     
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    Thanks a lot! Ive honestly never heard of a Razo knob as you might of notice by now I'm completely new to the car scene. I really do appreciate it.
     

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