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How do i change my gear knob in my 93 prelude Si

I want change my gear knob in my 93 prelude Si but its not a skrew off and i cant seem to find any skrews....can some one give us some advice :)

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You have to take off the console and unscrew it from that then the boot and knob come off together

Posted on Sep 16, 2008

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On front of shifter handlelittle clip or allen screw look hard

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