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The rubber portion of the center console that surrounds the cup holder is coming unattached how do I fix it.

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I have used rubber cement before to fix the problem.

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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) .
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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.
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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.
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Print I hope this helps you,good luck.Randy


Removal & Installation

Instrument Panel

  1. Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable.
  2. Remove the center console closeout panel by removing the left and right attaching screws, then the left and right panels.
  3. Remove or disconnect the following:

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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

  4. Remove the floor console base assembly by removing the two screws attaching the L-brackets to the instrument panel.
  5. Remove the nuts attaching the floor braces to the instrument panel.

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

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