Question about Volkswagen Jetta
The ball is what has to come out. It is held in by a plate with 2 nuts. If you took out the clamping bolt, put it back in, because that is just for the eccentric adjuster.
In my book it also looks like the rod to the front may have to be removed in the front, so that the rod can tip and come up with the shifter. If so, you might also have to remove the exhaust pipe, so that the rod will have clearance.
Although it would help to tell us why you want to take it out and what you are trying to accomplish. Because then we could make other suggestions, like the whole shifter housing is just bolted down with 4 bolts.
Posted on Sep 12, 2010
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