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How do i remove the center console on my 2000 Camry

How do i remove the center console? I figure i nee to remove it to get to my fan selector switch. the only speed i hav is "Hi" so i figure it is time for new swithch AND my shifter handle seems to need some lubrication because it doesn't always go into drive or reverse just right.

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As I understand it, since it only works on "hi" you need a blower motor resistor. It is under the glove compartment and it is removed with 2 screws. It will be about $30.00 at the dealership. I don't know about the shifter.

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