Re: where are the screws at to remove the console 95...
Should be some in the bottom of the storage container/ armrest, a couple up front in the dashmount area and i think there are 1 or 2 under the window control switch cluster. You will also need to remove the shifter handle.
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hi i have that vehik myself. you have to pop the hood to get to one screw. and the other screw at the bottom you can just get a screwdriver between the cover and the black molding. its not to bad i just replced mine a few weeks ago. best of luck. keep on jeep-n-
On the 95 Jeep Grand Cherokee if you look in the glove box, on the front of it there are 3 screws remove them and there are relays and fuse under it. the front one on the right hand side is the interior lights.
two springs on either side of doghouse - unlatch
disconnect power plug on drives side top left of c onsole
remove 2 screws on either side of house where console is held to dash panel.
remove trim panel above console and remove two nuts on either side of console behind panel
remove two nuts at bottom of console.
remove console and lift of doghouse
nuts and scrws are 10mm
It is very hard!! You actually are supposed to remove the whole dash!! I took a shortcut and just took the screws out of the plastic box under the dash where the heater core is,behind the console, next to the floorboard, and cut it across the back on the bottom. You then have to get under the car to remove this screw that is on the firewall between the 2 heater core hoses..then remove the hoses from the heater core on the firewall. Then you can get back inside the vehicle and it will pull out. When you replace, the cover that you cut, just put the screws back in and put some tape across where you cut the cover off. It saved me from having to take the whole dash out, and having to spend $300 to have a mechanic replace my heater core!!