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How to remove the center console for a 1998 Avalon?

Need to remove the console and not sure how?

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SOURCE: Removing sliding hatch in the center console.

You can remove the dash fairly easily. There are a few screws (check by the peddles and open the doors and look there for screws). The rest of the dash just literally pops off. Once that is off you should be able to get to the ashtray/inside the dash to locate said item.

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