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arnold65

Gear-knob!

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Hi,

I've sourced a cheaper supplier of a replacement gear-knob for my 2009 Auris, which has the dreaded 'alloy ring coming off' problem - does anyone know how the gear-knob comes off - is it just an un-screw job, or are there some bolts underneath the cap?

 

Cheers!

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The top chrome ring and shift symbol can be replaced in its own for about £4 from Toyota, the knob unscrews counter clockwise.

New cap part numbers:

33624-09070 5 speed 

33624-09040 6 speed 

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On my 2007 it just screws off, normal thread, not opposite.

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1 hour ago, Devon Aygo said:

Hi Devon,

Great thanks - how do you get at the top ring, unscrew the knob from the base?

Cheers

 

The top chrome ring and shift symbol can be replaced in its own for about £4 from Toyota, the knob unscrews counter clockwise.

 

 

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Check the thread here for instructions to pry off and replace the top ring:

 

On 2/4/2019 at 8:39 PM, arnold65 said:

 

 

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Check the thread here for instructions to pry off and replace the top ring:
 
 
Good info on this link.

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It was actually super easy to just pry off the cover with a large flat screwdriver. The cut and curled foil ring has been cutting my hand...

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