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Loose Center Consol

The center consol in my 98 cherokee is loose. I tightened the screws in the bottom of the storage area but there must be some additional screws that need tightened

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The easy way is put washers on the one you tighted already that will fix the problem

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Open the console and at the bottom you'll find two Phillips head screws.

Look at the front of the console, beneath the radio. Next to the coin holder area, is four bolts. Remove the four bolts with a ratchet.

Look at the center part of the console. There are two Phillips-head screws. Remove these with a Phillips screwdriver.

Pull the console upward to unhook it from the floorboard. Remove it from the Ranger. With the console removed, you'll see the mounting brackets for the console and the nuts the screws and bolts go into. It is not necessary to remove these brackets when replacing the console.

Move the replacement console into the cabin. Line up the console with the mounting brackets on the floorboard. The console screw and bolt holes should be lined up with the mounting bracket's nuts.

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