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    Arrow Signum Gear Knob fix?

    Hi all,

    I have a 56 plate Signum and have noticed that my gear nob has developed a "loose head". while driving it lifts up and down about 10mm and makes a nasty clunking noise when it moves.

    Was wondering if anyone else suffers from this problem and if there is an easy way to tighten the head to stop it moving?

    Cheers for your help!

    Tommy.

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    if its anything like the vectra then it will eventually come straight off in your hand while your driving. thats what happened to me in my 57 plate.

    either get some quality adhesive & glue it on. or do what i did & give it a chuffin big smack down again!!


    alex

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    Thanks Alex,

    I will wait to see if it comes off. If it does I guess it makes fitting a new one (irmscher) easier.

    Tom.

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    Thought I would let you know it came off joining the motorway, changing into 4th!

    A line up and thump later and touch wood, its been good for 2 weeks now!

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    same here 07 vectra sri 150. came off on the wife she keeked herself so whacked it back on, next day did the same thing to me spring jumped over my shoulder so bigger thump been ok touch wood, not that i,m superstitious

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    In my experience, hitting them back on is just a temp fix.

    Wait for it to come off then use JB weld or a metal putty to put it back on. Mines been stuck on this way for ages

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