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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
From memory you need to turn it counter-clockwise to unclick it and then pull off. You then need to cut off the plastic part left on the stick. Bear in mind that once you have done this you cannot put the stock one back on.
I was going to change mine too, but after driving with the stock one on I realised that it is a nicely weighted and comfortable anyway.
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
i would say its wear and tear,you can kill a clutch in a day if your hard on it,,,or it could take 150,000 miles,,suzuki will classify that as a wear and tear item,,they are really tight with that stuff,
Posted on Oct 09, 2009
like all cars , 1996 to present, same way
1: with code reader or scan tool.
a: any auto store can do it for free or rent tool.
2: pull battery for 1 minute (minus term only)
this way is not interfered.
Posted on Oct 22, 2009
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