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How to assemble rear cup holder when the springs have came out

Took rear console apart to clean and the springs came out not sure how to reassemble it

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SOURCE: 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee broken rear interior light buttons

rear lamp failure. did you check brake and taillight and try blinkers some of the bulbs are dual filament bulbs one filament could be bad. the console light prob could be a blown fuse.

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The button broke on the parking brake & the spring came out. Brake still works if you put spring in and pull up brake and hold spring down.


You'll have to replace the whole assembly. You'll have to remove the console to get it out. It will screws/bolts in the rear, in the box, under cup holder pads, on the sides, and up front. depends on your vehicle where the bolts are. This is every where I have found them.

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I AM TRYING TO TAKEOUT A CENTER CONSOLE OUT OF A 2000 CHRYSLER INTREPID


Hi Ken, I'm glad to help! Ken I have removed so many of the center consoles on Intrepids, heck I can do it in my sleep. I'm not sure how far you have gotten removing it. But there are some hidden screws under the rear cup holder. Pull the rear seat cup holder out and there is one in the very front and 2 down inside the slot. Those are the only ones you need to remove the other screws simply hold the cup holder in. The rest of the removal is very easy. Hope this helps and have an awesome day Ken!

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Replacing cup holder


I assume you mean the one that flips up in the center console?

If so, there are three likely issues.

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.

2) you have to have the cup holder partially open to remove it. the hinged part that folds up is stored in the cavity under the console when closed. you have to open the cup holder and keep pushing until the front of the cup holder lip comes up. Work the cup holder up and down until it comes out.

3) the cup holder is stuck in place due to years of spilled liquid. If you've done the above, then you can either spray soapy water on the creases around the opening and let it set, or you can apply strategic brute force.
Be aware through. if this is the center console cup holder just behind the gear shifter. There are two screws and nothing else to hold it in. Just be carefull....

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How to remove rear cup holder


  1. If equipped with an automatic transmission, remove the shift lever knob by pulling the knob straight up. Then carefully Carefully pry up and pull to remove the transmission shift indicator bezel.
  2. If equipped with a manual transmission, remove the shift lever knob by loosening the locknut and then unthreading the knob from the shaft. Pull up the shift boot to remove.
  3. Pry up and pull to remove the transfer case selector bezel.
  4. If equipped, loosen the console trim panel retaining screws, then carefully pull up on the console trim panel and remove from the vehicle.
  5. Open up the storage box lid on the console and remove the 2 retaining screws located at the bottom of the compartment.
  6. Remove any other console housing retaining screws.
  7. If necessary, disengage the wiring harness connector.
  8. Carefully pull up on the console assembly and remove from the vehicle
  9. If necessary after removing the console unit, remove the A/C-warm air duct from the center of the floor
  10. Installation is the reverse of removal.

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I have an '08 TL with a very annoying object sliding back and forth when I brake and accelerate. Sounds like it is under the cup holder. I removed the trim on both sides. That is where I am stumped. Is...


the center console will prob. have to be removed , there are hiden screws, be patiant and thuroly look before just ripping out cup holder.

Feb 11, 2011 | 2008 Acura Tl

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Left side dash cupholder under the left side ac vent no longer springs out


The cup-holder jamming is a common problem for the RX.. this is usually caused by some distortion of the upper instrument panel. What is happening the the cup holder is being pinch and the spring force cannot over come the frictional forces. If you have it out, it could be as simple as adding some grease on the slide contact points.

You can try to pop off the register and cup holder assembly add reinstall it. It could change the positioning. The assembly is snapped in and held in place by locking tabs.

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Car will not shift out of park


Happened to me, and I got stuck in a parking lot. In my case, I had to take apart the entire console to physically look at the shifter... there is a solenoid that should engage when you press the button on the shifter in order to shift out of park. For some reason, mine was rusted and would not move. I simply took it apart, cleaned it, sprayed it with lubricating & penetrating oil, and worked it by hand until it moved freely.
Solved the problem for good - it's now been 3 years since then. I also found that it may have been triggered by someone spilling a drink around the shifter from those terrible cup holders. That and I also found a very slow leak coming from the sunroof drainage hose that would leak from the overhead lights straight down to the shifter.... thanks Pontiac!
I hope this works for you... when I spoke with a dealer, it was supposedly upwards of a $600 repair to replace that entire assembly/solenoid.

Jul 02, 2010 | 1997 Pontiac Grand Prix

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Mouse in my heater , do I need to take apart center counsel, how is this done! And what else needs to come apart.


try setting a mouse trap up as it will become hungry and catch it but if a nest has been built you will indeed need to remove it .to prevent further issues .sometimes they are sheet metal screws others are riveted in but it should be a fairly easy job also the aid of a mirror and a flashlight will allow you to view that which you cannot see in some areas

Sep 08, 2009 | 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix

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Buick Regal cup holder problem


Yes absolutely you can my friend. and you are correct this will fit 1997 to 2004 actually!

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