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Hi,

I have a 2010 Honda CRV 2.2 I-DTEC.

I am attempting to remove my gear selector to replace it with a new one however i am unable to remove the shifter cables.

I have removed the 4 bolts holding the gear selector in place and the two ball joints, however how do i remove the shifter cables? It looks like i just need to slide them to the side but this doesnt work.

Hopefully someone can point out how this is done.

Thanks

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I've never done this on a CR-V, but looking at your pictures it would appear to me the cable ends just snap onto the blue cap covered balls. I assume the blue caps are protective shipping packaging.
On cars that have this type of connection that I have worked on, you just need to pry on both sides of the connection to pop them off. I'd find an open end wrench that just fits around the ball and see it could be used as a pry bar.
 

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Hi...

I have the same truble with replacing gear selector in my Honda CRV....
Did you solve the problem ??
How did you remove the shifter cables ??

I will be glad for any help...

thanks

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