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Hello,

I have a 2017 Civic Hatchback Sport, and I'm trying to remove the shift knob and shift boot because i'm making a custom cover for the boot. I cant seem to figure out how to remove it.

I'm also in the market for a new shift knob but I cant seem to find one that fits my car (unless i'm not looking in the right place).

please help!!
 

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From the other thread:
i managed to pinch both sides of the clip and remove just the stock shiftknob so I can retain the silver connector piece
But what will you be using to match the shift boot??
 

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I'm back on stock shift knob because I haven't decided how to deal/get rid of the plastic clip yet.
 

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Finally got around to finishing this. Used the top collar from a 2013 CR-Z EX 6MT shift boot along with the jam nut thing for the shift knob that the collar connects to. I have the CR-Z knob on for now, bit tall for my liking, but most any thread-on Honda compatible knob will work with this.

The jam nut is threaded onto the shift lever below the knob, and the boot snaps onto the nut. The knob threads on to the preferred height and angle, then the nut is tightened against it. Nothing loose, no rattles, no clinks when shifting.

honda part #s
77276-SZT-G11ZD - shift boot for collar
54103-SZT-000 - jam nut thing

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ProCivic/ProImportTuners has a great how-to video on removing the center console on their Pro Car Studio channel:
 
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