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Darkside
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Darkside Aug 13, 12:14am - #247620 
2000 Black Toyota Celica
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2000 Toyota Celica

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Phoenix, AZ
Cig Lighter Removal

im changing out the center console right now, and the only thing keeping me back is that my cig lighter wont come off of my old bottom piece...how do i remove it so that i can transfer it to a different piece? also, i have some red bulb covers from RJ Autoworks to change the cig lighter bulb red, but i have no idea where the bulb IS to change the cover so if someone could tell me where it is that'd be great
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slidr
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slidr Aug 13, 12:55am - #247621 

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The wires should be connected to the cig lighter via a white connector that should just slide right off. If there are more wires holding it on, which there should be, just follow the wires down until you come to a connector, and unplug the connector.

You should be set.

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mukalicious
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mukalicious Aug 13, 6:20am - #247622 

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just look around, youll see exactly where everything is. happywink
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slidr
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slidr Aug 13, 6:22am - #247623 

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Oh wait, I think I just figured out exactly what you are talking about.

The ring that is around the cig lighter itself should unscrew. Then, the lighter just falls out.

Aqua Teen Hunger Force...number one in the hood, G
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