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Removing the shifter knob creates quite a dilemma for even the most creative backyard mechanic. The knob was installed with lots of thread-locking compound at the factory, so most folks will become frustrated and damage it. Here is a great recipe to remove it without damage. Using an old leather belt, a pipe wrench, and a C-clamp to apply plenty of grip to loosen it, the spherical ball allows the assembly to be rotated up and away from the dash to completely rotate 360 and remove in one bite.