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      How to remove aveo shift knob

      Anyone knows how to remove the shift knob on my Aveo (photo). I like to replace it with an aftermarket one.Name:  index.jpg
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      hope you find out something on here I took mine to a chevy dealer and was hoping to be able to learn something I was told they could not be after marketed because of the reverse pull up detail on it

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      I believe shift knob is non removeable. When I replaced the shift boot on my 2011 due to cigarette burn holes, the knob and shift arm( lever) are all one, knob does not screw off. The knob and arm are sold as a one-piece unit. Be sure to lube the linkage that is exposed when the boot is off. Good luck.

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      If you google it, its the first link

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      Got it. I took a risk to diassembled the whole unit and put the knob into boiling water so that the rubber knob becomes soft. Then I pulled it off quite easily. Here is the new shift knob I installed. Does it look better?Name:  IMG_1256.jpg
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      is there enough post to use a thread die to make threads for a threaded knob?

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      Quote Originally Posted by viciousvīc View Post
      is there enough post to use a thread die to make threads for a threaded knob?

      maybe this could help: Fabricate Your Own Threaded Parts with Taps and Dies | Make:
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      Quote Originally Posted by landscaper879 View Post
      hope you find out something on here I took mine to a chevy dealer and was hoping to be able to learn something I was told they could not be after marketed because of the reverse pull up detail on it
      Same Thing happened to me brother, Chevy needs to get it together. We love our mods!

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