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Need to get behind the center console to access a switch?

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I sorted out the AC issue I was having and I believe its either a loose wire or a faulty switch. It kicks on intermittently when I'm working on it. I need to pull the whole face plate off.

I got the top with the AC vents off ( Part 5) and the radio removed and the 2 screws out under the tray on the bottom ( part 15 ) but do I have to remove the whole cover around the shifter ( Part 6 & 8 ) to get it off?

Anyone done this ?

If anyone can lend a hand in the right direction it would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks as always guys.

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Hi there,

Sorry I can't help with the teardown - I haven't taken apart the center console to that degree.

But I was wondering where you got the diagram from? Is there a PDF version of the shop manual somewhere?

Kent

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Sorry bout that. Just assumed it was readily available considering you can find most pages on most sites.

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How bout we get back to the post! Need some help guys?

Need to get to the Switch ANYONE got some insight?

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Sorted it out. Didn't need to remove the entire console as some people have said would need to be done. I simply removed the AC control cover plate and then had access to the switches and removed them.

Hopefully these pictures can help someone in the future.

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Done and working like a charm now. The part comes with the entire wire harness, which was nice but the reason the part was so damn expensive.

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