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Landcruiser 2003 Centre Console with Cooler Box

I had a water leak somewhere in the car as it slowly fills up both wells at the drivers and passengers feet, so I decided to strip the carpets find the leak and install new carpet every thing went well till i hit the console, all seats removed, all carpets and underfelt removed, all nice and clean and ready for the new carpet but I cant get the console out, I know it has to do with the wood grain insert section around the Stick but I cant see where to loosen or budge it, the console is the type with the ice cooler in it if that a help. I have removed every bolt i can see and it appears to lift at the rear but is somehow still bolted midway down the console. HELP

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Dear Sir/Madam,

Just got done doing it actually. remove all the visible screws.. two in the front two above the cup holders. 4 Screws total there. Next pull off the black part that has the cup holders. Under that there are 2 screws holding the console to the floor. Remove them. Then go to the sides on the back.. There are two covers they are oval shaped. pop them off and remove the 4 bolts in there. Then pull off the top part. Next pull out the whole console. The only part thats left it the metal support. It will have 4 bolts and 4 screws attaching it to the floor. Then your done. Except for the two ugly holes where there is no carpet.

Go to this link and follow the 7 steps to fix your problem.....

http://www.ehow.com/how_2092450_replace-car-console.html

Thanks
good luck



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