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How do I remove the centre console fascia?

Neesh Jun 2, 2010

  1. Neesh

    Neesh Member

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    Hi guys,
    how do I remove the centre console Fascia?Are there any clips or screws that I need to look put for so that I dont break anything?
     
  2. Neesh

    Neesh Member

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    I dont see any screws,any help?
     
  3. will.f_1.8t

    will.f_1.8t Member

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    remove the stereo, im sure there are 4 screws visable and the rest is just clipped on. thats if it is a facelift console!
     
  4. Neesh

    Neesh Member

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    Forgot to mention its a pre-facelift console,come on guys need to remove it as soon as possible trying to carbon wrap it
     
  5. mike_plymouth

    mike_plymouth Member

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    remove the ash tray with the single screw. then pull the facia from the bottom, depending if u have a after market headunit u may have to pop the covers off the side spacers and remove a single screw from each side here and the rest is just clips behind that will pop off as u pull (if u have air con there maybe a couple more screws)
     
  6. Neesh

    Neesh Member

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    Good stuff,any idea how to remove the bottom part of the console where the gear shift is?feels solid cant find any screws,mines scratched really badly
     
  7. Ashc11TT

    Ashc11TT Member

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    well, just looked in my haynes manual and it looks like that paert of the facia doesnt come off, or they dont explain how to.. i can scan off the pages on removal if u want? thats one of the best things iv brought for my car.. :)
     
    Last edited: Jun 4, 2010
  8. A3Tom

    A3Tom Smell my finger.

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    Sorry dude, I did get your message but I've been stacked out the last few days.

    Remove headunit... rempove 2 screws from behind where the headunit sits in.

    Remove ash tray, remove screw from where the ash stray was covering.

    Pull it off.

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