Rarely are shift knobs ever as straightforward to replace as aftermarket companies claim. If the factory one isn't secured with a screw, I would imagine its a very tight fit. Can the boot be moved at all to confirm how its attached?
I got it all set a while back, I pressed the brake when I tried it and it came right off.Did you ever get the knob off? I saw that someone on another forum installed one and said it took a lot of force to pull it off.
It came stock on my N-Line (Canada)Has anyone installed this? Or does anyone know how to remove the stock DCT knob? I was told that it should pull of while in N with the button pressed, but mine won't budge.
I already ordered, trusting the reviews on ease of installation, but I can't get the stock off.
What is terrible? Who is talking about build quality? Did you mean to post that comment on another post?Terrible.
I hear even the new Velosters have similar build quality issues which isn't a good look while trying to launch N versions.
Honda's might be priced more but they don't have these problems.