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Aug 3, 6:46pm - #32870 
Removing Center Console

How do you remove the center console on an Automatic Celica? confused Any help would be really helpful and greatly appreciated.


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Aug 3, 6:49pm - #32871 
SEARCH!! this has bein talked about several times

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Aug 3, 6:57pm - #32872 
All I found was how to remove the center console from a manual celica and it's NOT the same. On a manual celica you start removing from the shift boot but in an automatic, you don't have a shift boot. That's why I'm asking...


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Aug 3, 6:58pm - #32873 
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Aug 3, 6:59pm - #32874 
All I can say is have fun doing that and takes pics and makes some instructions to stop this question from being asked again.


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Aug 3, 7:02pm - #32875 
ok im guessing its almost the same so look at your hand brake you can put your finger and there and gently life the plastic up,then pull your knobs for the climate control,unscrew the screws in there

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Aug 3, 7:02pm - #32876 
Originally Posted by Celicatastrophe
All I can say is have fun doing that and takes pics and makes some instructions to stop this question from being asked again.


I will definitely post some pics. I just need some ideas to start removing.


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Aug 3, 7:06pm - #32877 
Originally Posted by IcEd blUe
ok im guessing its almost the same so look at your hand brake you can put your finger and there and gently life the plastic up,then pull your knobs for the climate control,unscrew the screws in there


Great idea, I didn?t think about that. You da man... Linked Image


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Aug 3, 7:07pm - #32878 
Originally Posted by Stun
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ok im guessing its almost the same so look at your hand brake you can put your finger and there and gently life the plastic up,then pull your knobs for the climate control,unscrew the screws in there


Great idea, I didn?t think about that. You da man... Linked Image


haha thanks, i like helping

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Aug 3, 7:08pm - #32879 
i can help i have an auto and i did this already, first pull off ur ac knobs and unscrew the two screws that will be there, that will make the top half come off. then you need to put the key in the ignition and turn it to "on"(not start.)then put the car in drive and have the ebrake on, from there i think its a couple more screws and the bottom half will come off easy, wont hit the shifter or nothin. HOPE THIS HELPS thumbsup


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Aug 3, 7:16pm - #32880 
Originally Posted by sappemall99
i can help i have an auto and i did this already, first pull off ur ac knobs and unscrew the two screws that will be there, that will make the top half come off. then you need to put the key in the ignition and turn it to "on"(not start.)then put the car in drive and have the ebrake on, from there i think its a couple more screws and the bottom half will come off easy, wont hit the shifter or nothin. HOPE THIS HELPS thumbsup


I have two questions, you said just pull your ac knobs, right. Does this require a lot of force? Just making sure that I don?t break anything.


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Aug 3, 7:17pm - #32881 
just tug on the knobs, they pop right off

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Aug 3, 7:18pm - #32882 
Originally Posted by sappemall99
then you need to put the key in the ignition and turn it to "on"(not start.)then put the car in drive and have the ebrake on, from there i think its a couple more screws and the bottom half will come off easy, wont hit the shifter or nothin. HOPE THIS HELPS thumbsup


Where are the other 2 screws located and why do you need to put your car in DRIVE?


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Aug 3, 7:32pm - #32883 
you put your car in drive so...i dont know but i would assume so its easier to get the plastics off

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Aug 3, 7:36pm - #32884 
Thank you sirs. I will start on my project ASAP... thumbsup


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Aug 3, 9:55pm - #32885 
you guys be nice on replying your messages, and by the way Stun is a member here for a long time now and he registered here before you guys did wave


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Aug 3, 9:57pm - #32886 
show us pics when ur done

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Aug 4, 10:16am - #32887 
Originally Posted by Street Prototype
you guys be nice on replying your messages, and by the way Stun is a member here for a long time now and he registered here before you guys did wave


Damn I've been a member for over a year and I still luv chatting on this site.



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Aug 4, 10:55am - #32888 
There is no difference removing the center console from a manual vs. auto.


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