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Re: shifter knob removal
The shift knob is glued and pressed on, the best way to remove it intact is to heat the knob with a heat gun and pull straight up with a lot of force, please be very careful because when the knob finally releases there is very good chance that you can hit yourself in the face, if the knob is not to be used again you cut a **** up the side with a dremal tool,
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s/v/c70 and s/v40 auto shifter change. ... How to replaceautomatic shifter with any knob and boot you want. - Duration: 6:12. Greg Green ...
If you are luckey it may just be a broken shifter or shift fork.. either requires removing the trans.. This is a T5 trans parts are available for it but sometimes its cheaper to find a used trans than buy the parts. First thing.. remove the shifter and see if you can see anything wrong. you failed to tell us how this happened ?
I would start by checking the oil level in transmission.Sticking in a gear usually means internal parts damage.This is usually caused by low oil because of plugs on the shifter cap leaking.There is nothing you can adjust or repair without removing and diassembling transmission.
remove the knob or slide the rubber boot up the shifter. there are 4 screws under the floor mat that hold the boot in place. after the boot you should see four more bolts holding the shifter in place, they are usually 10mm socket. remove them and remove shifter from the top of trans.
Can;t be sure on this one except to tell you that you may have a bent or broken shift fork in the tranny. The only way to find out is to remove the shifter from the top of the tranny and see if you can see the fork and move it in and out of gear. If not the next step is to remove the tranny and take it apart. With the information you gave that is about all I can help you with unless there is more info you can give to me.