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Center Horseshoe - any retaining clips?


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2003 996 w/o PCM -

I have the 'horseshoe' shaped center console piece.. are there any retaining clips at the top of it? There are 2 notches on the horseshoe at the top that match up with the a/c vent assembly. The piece slides in there, but doesn't snap in.. is it just supposed to sit there, finger tight? or are there retaining clips I am missing? I tried calling my local dealer and the parts guys don't have a clue about anything, ever.

Thanks.

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Search is your friend - this has been covered here many times.

As of MY02 the top horseshoe has a clip that is inside the center vent that must be released with a screwdriver.

Please do a search for more info and pics.

hi loren -

I had looked at this post before..

http://www.renntech.org/forums/index.php?s...9entry719

i thought that clip was to remove the vent and not the trim piece. I see it now and how it works. Do you have a partnumber for those 2 clips in section 3 of the removal image?

Thanks

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Search is your friend - this has been covered here many times.

As of MY02 the top horseshoe has a clip that is inside the center vent that must be released with a screwdriver.

Please do a search for more info and pics.

hi loren -

I had looked at this post before..

http://www.renntech.org/forums/index.php?s...9entry719

i thought that clip was to remove the vent and not the trim piece. I see it now and how it works. Do you have a partnumber for those 2 clips in section 3 of the removal image?

Thanks

The two clips on top of the vent are riveted on the vent (as I recall) and not available separately.

If you broken them you will need a new (or used) vent - sorry.

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