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Question On Center Console Horseshoe

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I think 3 is for when you remove the air vent. I remember sticking in a screwdriver in there.

Pull your trim off. If I remember right there are metal clips for the plastic prongs on the back of the trim. Sometimes those clips come out.


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Do you remember if there are clips holding the top center section? I don't see any on mine, but it's a bit loose at the top, meaning I could move the plastic trim if I pull on the upper piece. Is it suppose to be that way?

Thanks Tool Pants.

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I can't remember what I did yesterday. We have removed that trim on several cars and never a problem. I do make sure the clips, think there is 4, are in place before putting it back on because once in a while they pull out when you pull off the trim.

From looking at this picture there is no clip at the top. So it must be 2 on each side.

Pull it off and put it back on, starting at the top.


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