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Old 04-11-2013, 07:57 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default Taking The Cup Holder Door Off

i have looked quickly but im just trying to hurry. i need to get the wood grain piece that covers the cup holders off. it looks like the whole center consul needs to come out, please help if you can thanks!
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You have to remove the whole thing. Not a quick job.

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Old 04-11-2013, 10:12 PM   Thread Starter #3
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You have to remove the whole thing. Not a quick job.

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dang.. thats lame, im trying to wrap all the wood and that the last piece. ill just have to do it in the car, thanks for your help!
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Default Re: Taking The Cup Holder Door Off

Yeah I tried to almost rip it out but turns out its 4screws under the entire console,

4 screws behind the panel that holds the dvd/tape deck by the radio
and 2 screws on the back of the airvent in the rear seats its a panel that pops off

and lastly the power plug that needs to be disconnected along with the left and right plastic panels.
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Default Re: Taking The Cup Holder Door Off

Quick question about that rear console, I assume if your car didn't come with it, it is extremely difficult to install it? I assume it would require new rear seats, center console, etc?
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