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HeRoze

misaligned? 986 center console delete

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Working on the delete. moved all the stuff around to get the radio and climate control up top. got the part (986-552-113-02). The part shows Boxster 986 (1997-2004) (up Through 99). I have a 2001 986 S.


The holes/studs don't seem to line up... Has anyone else seen this and found a work-around? I'm curious about rattles and squeaks even though it looks like the middle console will hold it down some. I've squished and shoved this thing as far back as I think it will go.


(driver's side has the carpet panel removed. i think a short-shifter is called for. adding some electronics to put a USB charger and AUX in the arm-rest console)


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I am planning on doing this install on my Boxster soon. Were you able to get this installed correctly? Any tricks you can share?

I did read somewhere that the mounting tabs need to be drilled out to fit the studs.

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