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Old 12-25-2012, 05:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have an auto matic an was wondering if it was possible an if so how hard to put an aftermarket sweet shift knob om my auto matic?
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Take a look at it closely. I believe that there is just one screw that holds it in place - and if you remove that screw the shift knob just lifts off.
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Thats what I thought I didnt wanna try it an mess stuff up. If I buy a new one does it have to have that button that takes it from park to drive
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Yes it does - without that button the lever will be locked in park.
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