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Old 03-10-2019, 12:49 PM   #1
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Shiftboot Replacement

Does anyone have a video or can explain to me how to remove the shift knob and shifter boot of a 2014 focus SE.

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Shift knob just twists off. The surround pops off. Might need a small bit of force. Best to grab a panel pry tool and take your time as not to break it.

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Shift knob just twists off. The surround pops off. Might need a small bit of force. Best to grab a panel pry tool and take your time as not to break it.

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thank you, I gotten the shift knob loosen off but since the leather booth attached to the shift knob i can't take it off i need to take off the booth but I'm not sure where to pull from or what to take off
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thank you, I gotten the shift knob loosen off but since the leather booth attached to the shift knob i can't take it off i need to take off the booth but I'm not sure where to pull from or what to take off
The shift boot should be attached to the revese lockout. That stays in place when the knob is removed.

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The shift boot should be attached to the revese lockout. That stays in place when the knob is removed.

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Yea it was, I got it removed and replaced appreciate it.
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