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There are usually screws holding the armrest portion secured and possibly a screw in the inside door handle area. These may be hidden by plastic covers that can be removed for access to the screws. Some times the armrest portion will seperate ( held by clips ) and screws will be there.
there are about 8 torx screws (very small) near the hinge of the lid. remove those and the lid will come to remove the entire console, there are bolts on the back of theconsole accesible from back seat, and on the side of the console. easiest way to acces those bolts would be to remove the front two seats. they are held in by two bolts in front and two nuts under plastic covers in the back. raise the emergency brake lever and the console will slide up and be removed.
on my 2010 ford escape XLT i found the keyless entry code printed on a label on the smart junction box which is inside the center console. To get to the smart junction box follow these instructions. 1. with a non-marring tool(i used a putty knike wrapped in plastic wrap), pry up the chrome trim piece around the shifter. 2. Remove the storage tray from underneath the center console armrest and leave the armrest cover open. 3. Grab the center console finish panel near the cupholders and pull straight up. 4. Pull the finish panel up and back then set it aside. 5. The smart junction box is to the right and slightly ahead of the gear shifter. There should be a label with a bar code that says FoMoCo. In the corner of this label is a 5 digit number. This is the factory code. Hope this helps.
1-Remove the vent/radio housing. 2-Remove the cover panels on either side of the dash that get cover when the door is closed. 3-Remove the panel under the steering wheel. 4- Remove glove box to open space inside of dash. 5-Remove four bolts and connector holding passenger side airbag and remove carefully. 6-Remove cover plate over shifter. 7-Remove the center console.(2 bolts under armrest and 4 screws-2 on either side of the console) 8-Disconnect the wiring harnesses on either side of dash.(White and black connectors. 2 on driver 1 on passenger. 9-Remove the four bolts holding the center of the dash to the floor. 10- remove two bolts on drivers side dash where cover was and same on passenger side. 11- Unbolt the steering column ( 2 bolts under the wheel) and let it rest on floor. 12- The entire dash will remove from the car as 1 piece and each component can be taken out from there.
It isn't worth it to fish for the bolts from the inside. Take the support bar out and work on it outside the car. much faster.
It seems confusing, but easy if you take your time
towards the center of inside roof there is a plastic botton on the roof there is underneath that an Allen screw this is a manual close and open of the moon roof find an allen wrench that fits and turn to desiered position and your on your way
If I recall correctly the belt actually is mounted behind the interior trim panel. It 1 piece on a short wheel base & 2 piece on a long. You must remove both seats (2nd & 3rd row) to hah room to remove the trim panel . BE CAREFUL the get very brittle and snap if you pull the wrong way