[DML] Re: Cigarette Lighter Short and Arm Rest Removal
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[DML] Re: Cigarette Lighter Short and Arm Rest Removal

Hi Shannon,

To remove the center console, you'll have to remove the two screws 
from the tray like you did, remove the two bolts under it. Remove the 
A/C knobs and screw holding the panel in. Remove the shift knob and 
two screws holding the shift plate in. Lift up on the plate, there 
should be retaining clips under it. They are hard to get out, but 
once out you do not need to reinstall them. Disconnect the rheostat. 
Once the shift plate is out, there are four bolts under this. Two in 
front near the A/C panel, and two under the front of where the window 
switches are. Also, there are two screws holding the center console 
in, one on each side in the wheel well, up towards the top behind the 
radio. Once everything is removed the center console can be lifted 
and pulled back. If you want to remove completely, you will have to 
disconnect and remove the window and defrost switches.

Hope this helps,

-Derek #10084

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "birdwell77095" <birdwells@xxxx> 
> Also, how does one remove the central arm rest? I removed the rear 
> tray and then removed the two 10mm bolts. I removed the front blact 
> panel around the gear stick but the arm rest seems to be bolted 
> in the middle somewhere. I couldn't find screws anywhere keeping it 
> down.
> Shannon
> VIN 16113

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