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The button on my 2004 Volvo v70 2.5t gear shift knob is broken. Can I replace just the button or does the whole knob have to be replaced? How do I remove and replace the button or the knob? Thank you

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Need to replace the whole knob. Removel y pulling out the knob upright.

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  1. Position the window regulator control panel aside.
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