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How do I remove the center console on a 1998 camaro?

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I have purchased the Haynes Manual for 93 thru 02 camaros, the information inside is not very detailed and fails to fully explain the removal / instalation. This being the case, I highly doubt that the local library can offer any further assistance. check with local wrecking yards, or as a last resort go to a Chevrolet Dealer and ask a GM paint and body guy.

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