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Old 08-11-2006, 12:03 PM   #1
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I need to replace the cup holder in the center console for a 95 SSEi and have been told 2 different part numbers. There are no pictures therefore I don't know which one applies to my application. I realise this is a repost but I just need clarification.
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GM PART # 25639346
CATEGORY: All
PACK QTY: 1 CORE CHARGE: $0.00
GM LIST: $27.65
OUR PRICE: $16.39
DESCRIPTION: HOLDER


GM PART # 25639345
CATEGORY: All
PACK QTY: 1 CORE CHARGE: $0.00
GM LIST: $45.40
OUR PRICE: $26.92
DESCRIPTION: BEZEL
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If you are going to replace the both pices I reccomend going to the 96+ unit...A lot less proned to breakage

Not sure which number that is...

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I believe you maybe talking abou this one jr's3800, but will it fit the 95'*

GM PART # 12512230
CATEGORY: All
PACK QTY: 1 CORE CHARGE: $0.00
GM LIST: $41.66
OUR PRICE: $24.69
DESCRIPTION: HOLDER,FR
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Did you want just the cup holder alone?

Is the top plate with the hook still good and not broke?


I replaced the lid plate and lower bezel / cup holder for the 97 & later according to the book..

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This is what is broken, threfore how do I repair it? Keep in mind that is was like this when I bought the car so I don't know what it'* supposed to look like, but I assume it'* supposed to be a cup holder.

By the way, thanks jr's3800

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I was told that you cannot remove the arms and replace it with something else, and I was also told that 96+ will not work on my car. Maybe whoever told me was wrong. I ordered part number 25639345. This is what I got: includes the cupholder.





To remove this piece,
remove the two screws on top when you open it
take of trim piece where 9 way power seats are, or cover if you dont have them. One screw under there near the back and up which holds piece on.
Then in the back under the console lid there are 2 nuts that hold the cover to thetrim piece. Those are hard to remove because you dont have much room.
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Thanks for the pictures, your 92 looks like my 95, do you see the picture in the ebay link? That one can hold more than one cup. I like it.
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Thanks for the pictures, your 92 looks like my 95, do you see the picture in the ebay link? That one can hold more than one cup. I like it.
Yeah, I saw it. It doesnt say if it is from the bench or center console though. Plus I don't know if a 96+ will fit the 92-99. You will have to wait for a cupholder guru to come in.
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Well then I'm going to have to wait.......Chime in when ready.
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