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Re: Stick Shift Boot
At the bottom of the shifter knob is a small plastic sleave. Move thet sleave down. It will take some pressure. When you move it down, there will may be a clip (remove clip if there is one there) and unscrew shift knob.
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If you have a stick shift ( floor shift) remove the boot around the gear stick and the insulation on the floor to reveal the 4 bolts that hold the shift turret on to the top of the box. Undo the bolts and lift the gear lever assembly out of the gear box.
Wow, well the shift knob has two contact points. One holds it in place and the other is contacting three different linkages at different times for gear selection How Manual Transmission Works , with pieces falling out or off, it causes things not to match up the way they're supposed to. I would get that fixed ASAP before you get stranded because it won't go into gear.
you have a bent shift fork or shaft, you will need to remove the dust boot pull the shift snap ring it the shifter is in the floor and pull the shifter stick off then remove the transmisson top cover and replace the reverse first shift fork, this is the most common cause, if it has a columm shifter then disconnet the shifter lever and try shifting if it shifts then you have bent linkage and will need to figure out where it is located.
There is a plasticactuator stick under the shift knob. Remove the "horse shoe" clip from the shift knob and remove knob by pulling strait up. You can twist it right and left a very small amount to loosen the knob, but not much.
Once you have the shift knob removed you will see the plastic actuator stick. Push down on the stick and put shift lever in park. If that works, the shift knob or stick is worn out.
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The lower shifter boot is attached to the transmission by 3 10mm bolts. You will need to remove to center consoule and the upper shift boot that attaches to the car to be able to remove the lower boot. Then you can replace the lower boot.