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> Automatic shifter removal
post May 16 2017, 06:59 AM
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Hi all,
Anyone have a clear idea of how to remove the shift knob on an auto GT? I've got all the trim up and popped off the entire bezel but the leather boots is still attached to the shifter. Im having trouble removing g the knob to get it off completely. There is a metal ring under the knob that is above the boot that doesn't seem too budge and another piece under the boot only visible after pulling up the whole console. No visible screw or clips and neither seem to unscrew.

Many thanks for any pointers


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