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Old 08-16-2006, 10:34 AM
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Transfer Case Shifter Knob Removal

Trying to get the shift **** off, doesn't show anything in the Haynes manual. Is it threaded on or pressed on?
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I'm almost certain its pressed on because I can pull the **** off on my 88. The shifter dosn't have any threads but I think its grooved to prevent movement. I just went out and tried to pull the **** off on my 97 work truck, but its too tight. You might try hitting it from the bottom up to break it free. Good luck
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I'll giver a try, thanks
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Not threaded. It pulls off with great difficulty.
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it looks kind of like a gear. You can prolly turn your **** to loosen it.

Question...why are you taking it off?

I took mine off a while ago because i am carving a duck head out of wood for the ****. Havent touched the thing for at least 2 months though
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I was trying to get the boot off so I could pull the carpet out. Kinda spilled some Diesel Kleen behind the seats so I needed to give it a good cleaning. Ended up just removing the whole shift arm from the linkage. All good now. Thanks for the replys
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