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Should be facing passenger's side towards the bottom. Below where silver meets black
The screw it what holds the knob part on. Should be small and flush.
Not quite sure I understand the question. The "knob" itself is part of the shaft and the boot, as I stated earlier. You'll need to get a shaft adapter for the new knob and then put the shaft/knob (and new boot) back in as shown in the image I sent earlier.
Well, yeah... if you want to use a torch or a saws-all, anything one piece can become 2 pieces. Not quite sure that will allow you to just screw on a new knob though.