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Old 11 Aug 2004, 03:03 pm
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Default Center floor console

How do you remove it without breaking anything????
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Old 11 Aug 2004, 04:49 pm
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Very carefully.[B)] Here you go Jimbo
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Old 12 Aug 2004, 10:51 am
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be sure and pull the emergency ALL THE WAY BACK!!! and i mean ALL the way.....
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Old 12 Aug 2004, 12:42 pm
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Jimbo,

Just take your time. BigPhil has it right about the E-brake (as far up as it will go). BigDogDad pointed out the thread when I was first trying it. Believe it or not, the hardest part for me was trying to figure out how to disconnect the switches that control the rear windows. Broke one of the darn things before I finnally figured it out..you need 3 small hands, and ice pick and a hammer! (just kidding...about the hammer)

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Just to add to the above. On some PT's, you may have to disconnect the parking brake cable from below to get enough clearance from pulling the parking brake handle. Also, you may have to remove one or both of the arm rests. Have even seen a few people remove one seat, but it is recommended that you drain the electrical system before you do that to avoid possibly setting off the air bags. The rear window switch panel can be popped out and the harness disconnected before loosening/lifting the console.
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Old 12 Aug 2004, 03:18 pm
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on a completely unrelated and anal retentive note. in the pic on this post hte shifter is upside down!!! on an 8 ball the small part of the 8 faces up!

sorry! had to say something

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Old 12 Aug 2004, 05:02 pm
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the hardest part for me was getting the stupid wire to disengage from the cig lighter....there are 2 little prongs on either side that need to be mashed in
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Old 12 Aug 2004, 05:22 pm
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Quote:
quote:Originally posted by technobear

on a completely unrelated and anal retentive note. in the pic on this post hte shifter is upside down!!! on an 8 ball the small part of the 8 faces up!
sorry! had to say something
Depends on the way you look at it.
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Old 13 Aug 2004, 01:11 pm
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be sure and pull the emergency ALL THE WAY BACK!!! and i mean ALL the way.....
BigPhil
Also, slide the front seats All the way back, and Recline them all the way, and move the armrests up and out of the way

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Old 15 Aug 2004, 10:52 pm
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Does the rear window switch come out like the front window
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