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How to install a center console on a pacifica

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    Big A's Auto Repair Jun 10, 2014

    Hi Melissa , I want to help you with your problem, but I need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box? Melissa, may I ask why you are installing the center console on your 06 Pacifica? I will also send instruction on how to do it.

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Hi Melissa, I'm glad to help, here is the instruction below I said I'd send. Have an awesome day.


23 - Body/Interior/CONSOLE, Floor, Front/Removal REMOVAL [img id=LOPTableImg src="https://w05.dealerconnect.chrysler.com/service/mds2002/common/images/collapse.gif"> Click to display a list of Labor Operations associated with this procedure 1. Remove shift bezel. (Refer to 23 - Body/Interior/BEZEL, Shifter - Removal) .
2. Remove transmission range indicator surround bezel Figure 1.
3. Remove two screws attaching front floor console to the lower instrument panel Figure 2. 4. Open cup holder and remove two attaching screws to bottom of cup holder. 5. Open bin and remove two attaching screws to bottom of bin. 6. Remove front floor console sidewall attaching screws, three per side. 7. Raise front floor console and disconnect wiring harness. 8. Remove front floor console from vehicle.
How to install a center console on a pacifica - 374297.jpg Figure 1 - TRANSMISSION RANGE INDICATOR SURROUND BEZEL 1 - INSTRUMENT PANEL 2 - AUTOSTICK SHIFTER ASSEMBLY 3 - TRACTION CONTROL SWITCH 4 - TRANSMISSION RANGE INDICTOR SURROUND BEZEL 5 - KNOB SET SCREW 6 - SHIFTER KNOB 7 - FLOOR SHIFT BEZEL 8 - WIRE CONNECTOR 9 - INSTRUMENT PANEL WIRING HARNESS 10 - INSTRUMENT PANEL WIRING CLIP
374299.jpg Figure 2 - FRONT FLOOR CONSOLE 1 - FORWARD CONSOLE CLOSEOUT PANEL 2 - CLOSEOUT PANEL PUSH PIN RETAINER 3 - INSTRUMENT PANEL WIRING 4 - FLOOR CONSOLE BASE 5 - FRONT FLOOR CONSOLE ATTACHING SCREWS TO LOWER INSTRUMENT PANE AND BASE 6 - FRONT FLOOR CONSOLE WIRING CONNECTOR 7 - FRONT FLOOR CONSOLE 8 - ATTACHING L-BRACKETS

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Instrument Panel

  1. Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable.
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    Fig. View of front floor console and shift bezel


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    Fig. View of front floor console, showing attaching screws

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    Fig. View of floor brace, attaching nuts, center brace, and floor bracket

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