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Trying to put a new gear shift knob on but cant the old one off

How do you change a shift knob on a 2001 jeep wrangler

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    Frank May 11, 2010

    usually gear shift knob is screw on.

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It's a screw on type...at first it's hard to turn but after turning counter clockwise real hard you'll be able to loosen the shifter iknob

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