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Old 09-18-2007, 03:24 PM
 
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Default Remove center console

Hey all,

How do I remove the center console in a 99 Accord EX V-6. I have taken out the four screws in the back and also pulled the cup holder and shifter handle. I have also removed the bezel around the gear selector. It still feels anchored. I'm sure there's just another plastic piece to be removed so I can access screws. But, if I don't get it right, I break off tabs and then everything is loose from here on.

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Old 09-18-2007, 03:56 PM
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Try hondaautomotiveparts.com, put in your car's particulars & look under 'console' or something like that. It'll probably help to have a parts drawing.

You mighthave to remove the lower panels on either side (under steering column & under glovebox). There's a couple hidden screws there. Also I think you have to pull up the bottom of the storage box for another pair of screws. It's been awhile since it did this...

Then again... I understand there's a Helm manual in the for-sale board...(j/k)
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Old 09-18-2007, 04:21 PM
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This is in the DIY section:
http://www.hondaaccordforum.com/Grea...m_41104/tm.htm
Click on the first link in dh's post and follow his instructions on logging in. This site takes you to an exact copy of a Chilton Manual for almost any type of car. It shows how to remove the consolefor your car.
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Old 09-18-2007, 04:26 PM
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Then again... I understand there's a Helm manual in the for-sale board...(j/k)
I've been trying to pimp your Helm over on 6thgenaccord.com. I guess you must not have gotten any bites yet.

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OK so I got bored last night and looked at my Haynes. I read what you already did, so I hope this explains the rest of the procedure. There are 4 screws inside the console itself. I don't know if you meant those were the ones you removed already or not. There are also 4 screws (2 on either side) at the front of the console (past the gear shifter) close to the floor. All must come out to remove the console.
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