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I dropped something between the emergency brake and cup holder into the console of my Mazda 6. How can I get it out?

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Go to a auto parts store or tool store and ask for a flexible shaft grabbing tool. unless the object was metal, then ask for a telescopic magnet.

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1) did you slide out the retainer from the upper screw? the top screw had a cover that had to be pried off. you then took the screw out. Lastly you have to slide out the plastic retainer that the screw went into. It slides out towards the opening.

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