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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I recently had to retrieve a small object (camera battery) that was dropped in the cup holder. The battery allowed the cup holder to close properly, but it would not allow the cup holder to open all the way, making the cupholder useless.
Getting access to remove the object was quick and easy - all it takes is a small flat blade screw driver. Use the screw driver to gently pry up the wood trim panel in front of the cup holder. Be sure to pull it up evenly from both sides and it will pop out of its retaining sockets. You'll then have the access you need.
When you've finished, just realign the wood trim piece and tap it back into place. You can see a picture of where to pry at http://info5000.com/LS400_trim.jpg
Posted on Sep 18, 2008
I hate to be the berrer of bad news but unless you can sneek a grab at it from the side you will need to remove the whole console. I would try some of those 4 jaw flexible pincher grabbers most parts stores would cary them.
Posted on Nov 16, 2009
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