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Old 11-30-2002, 04:42 PM   #1
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I bought a complete cup holder assembly (for the center console), and i'm trying to replace it, but i don't know how to get to that one bolt from underneath power seat buttons.(without breaking it!)

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The power seat control pod should pop right out. Take a flat-head screwdriver and place it to either side of the power seat pod, down in-between the pod and the actual console. Carefully, but most likely with some force, pry up. repeat this for the otehr sdie it it should pop right out. All it does is snap down into the console. It is not held in by and screws or bolts so dont worry about breaking it.

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I'd like to know where I can get a replacement cup holder (or at least the part number so I can get it from gmpartsdirect). Also, my seats have the controls on the front of the seats themselves, so where the SSE/i'* and SLE'* have their 9 power seat buttons, I just have a blank plastic face. Does anybody know if I can just pry this up as well? Thanks a lot!
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GM part number for: Holder Asm Bezel (center console cup holder)- #25639345
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Thanks Terminator, it went nice and smooth, hehehe...
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