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2005 blazer shifter knob removal?

How to remove stock shift knob

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if it is a automatic remove the button by pulling or prying up on it underneth the button
is a snap ring you will need snap ring pliers
spred the snap ring open and pull it up then the knob is free to pull up be sure to remove the counsle upper plate so the boot can come up with the knob

Posted on Jun 21, 2009

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Posted on Jul 15, 2009

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SOURCE: shifter knob wont pop out and can not remove key

the button on the shifter needs to be poped out in the park position for the key to come out. as far as the button not poping out it may be a linkage problem, only fix is to take the shifter apart until the problem is found.

Posted on Jan 27, 2010

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SOURCE: removing shifter knob on 07 chevy equinox

There is a set screw under the crome ring at the bottom of the shifter knob. use a small flat screw driver and pry down on the chrome ring and it should come down and the set screw is under the chrome ring

Posted on Feb 23, 2010

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SOURCE: how to remove my old shifter knob on my 1979

I have a 78 with an automatic. I had a hard time removing mine also. It unscrews, but it has been on there for over 30 years. Here is what I did:
Wrap it in duct tape. Make it thick so the teeth of a wrench will not scratch through the tape. Find a large set of channel lock pliers or a suitable wrench and unscrew it. (Counter clockwise)

Posted on Mar 30, 2010

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