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#1 Gary Minty Jupe

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Posted 17 June 2013 - 01:55 PM

Hi people , can someone let me know how to remove the center console and the garage door part for vinyl  wrapping , got to go in hospital for an op next week and going to have loads of time on my hands recovering so thought i would get everything organized and do my wrapping as i wont be driving for about a month :(  !

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#2 WAZ91

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Posted 17 June 2013 - 02:05 PM

Hey,

 

Hope the op nothing too serious.

 

 

To get the bits and piaces of you need to remove the handbrake surround by lifting the arm rest up and unscrewing the two hex bits.

 

 

Then remove the Gear Stick Gaiter just get a screw driver under the silver bit and lift, if i remember right it was just held on with clips.

 

 

Under the gaiter and aiming toward the garage door are two 10mm bolts/screws which need to be undone.

 

 

If memory serves should just pop straight out after that :rolleyes:

 

 

Mine came out ok took the best part of a day haha

 

 

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#3 Gary Minty Jupe

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Posted 18 June 2013 - 09:01 AM

thanks for the info !

will strip it all out then take my time as thats what im going to have plenty of lol 




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