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help with central console


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Guest netrophile

Hi everyone.

Im new here from the UK. Can you help me with an easy question?

In my carrera 2 996 1998, I want to change the central console. I dont have PCM.

Does this mean that I need a different central console or can I buy one intended for PCM from e-bay? This would be far cheaper than a visit to my porsche dealer.

Thanks in advance

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Thanks all. This helps a great deal.

I will get the non-PCM version. Anyone got this in dark burr wood to sell?

By the way, I wanted to thank Loren personally for all his help with my problems in the past. I came accross his DIY page by serendipity and he helped me with my central console swap, door bin lids etc. etc. etc......

At least now I know I won't be interrupting him at home!

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Hello again.

Im even more confused now. I am looking at the grey sparkly upside down U which I want to change. This seems to be 3 pieces. It looks like Lorens pic. Will I be able to swap it for a newer one piece burr wood upside down U.

I ask this because of one of the posts I have just read in this forum asking something similar (by ESK). The photo someone has posted shows a non-PCM plastic piece being removed from the center that looks remarkably similar to the piece I want to buy. The only difference is that this is one whole piece.

Please help me.........

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  • 4 years later...

Loren:

I'd like to paint my current center console surround on my 1999 cab. I understand from this post that it's 3 pieces but I can't find any posting on how to remove and reinstall them. Can you help?

Also, am I in for the fun ride of trying to get the lighter out as well?

Thanks in advance for your help.

J.D.

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Anyone?

I'm afraid to start pulling and prying because I'm not sure what should come off. All one piece? 2 side pieces and one on top? Does the top piece require that I pull the AC vents as well?

Please help before I break something!

Thanks.

J.D.

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  • 1 year later...
Hi

Can anyone advise if the trim around the vents and stereo just pulls off - Thanks.

I am not sure about the 3 pieces for pre 2002. I removed and painted the trim piece of my 2002. It is for the one piece trim, simply pull off with clips in the back.

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