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Old 06-04-2005, 02:04 AM   #1
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Ok,So I am retarded and I went home to work on the bonnevilles and forgot the manuals in rochester. I need to know what needs to come off and the bolt locations to remove the entire center console. If someone has pictures of this, or just general guidelines, it would be very helpful. Thanks.
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Remove shifter handle
Remove ashtray and remove two 7mm screws
Flip trim up (gray part) and remove four 10mm bolts
Remove bottom access panel in bin and remove two 10mm nuts
Remove the wire thingy that holds the front together
Disconnect all wiring
Slide console back and lift up
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Instructions are on the mark, just did this to repair my bezel. Had 4 places where the plastic was busted up including the release button. Found all the pieces and repaired. The best part was I tore the console to basic pieces and cleaned. It now looks like new, all clean and shiny.

Thanks to randman for his help and parts.

2 hrs after I emailed gmpd to cancel my bezel order they emailed back and said it was shipped. It was ordered on the 18th. Hadn't heard a word from them till I tried to cancel. Haven't seen the part.
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Got it. Now for removing the seat. Anyone know how to remove the back of the 9-way seat?
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The back of the AL7 seats flips up. There is an interlocking plastic extrusion at the bottom of the seat back



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