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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
try pulling it out, it should come out far enough to get at the screws. they got it in there without removing all the other stuff, so it has to come out. you may need to purchase a removel tool at a local parts store, there are several differant kinds so ask someone at the store to look at it. they should be able to tell you which one you need. they only cost a couple dollars.
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
did you try just sticking meter probe or test light probe in the hole,dead center at back for indication of power to it? Careful not to touch sides if using test light, you will blow a fuse. Steady hand.
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
In my 2004 Sierra the console is held in by the seat bolts. You will need a star 16 and 20 to get the seats out. There are 2 bolts that go into the dashboard also. There is a big electrical connection under the console that needs to be unplugged to get it out.
Posted on May 23, 2009
As in you want a diagram? Either way, I don't have one but I have managed to remove it. I don't know if this might help but I start off by forcibly removing it by holding on to both sides of the top of the console (where the ash tray resides). Upon removal, I remove the cover of the ash tray by unscrewing two screws on both sides of the cover. These require a cross screwdriver. I then take off the connectors to both of the buttons where the gear lever is. The leather surrounding the handbrake is a bit tricky to remove. Slowly unbutton it then remove the top plastic part; you might lose the little spring that holds the button if you aren't careful. Then open the arm rest. Two Torx screws are located by the pivot point of the arm rest. I'm sorry I can't remember the size (most likely an T8). That's just about it. Hope this helps
Posted on Aug 29, 2009
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