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Trouble removing center console
Posted 22 January 2005 - 03:32 AM
Do I need to remove the AT shift lever first?
Second question, does anyone know how to remove the 6-disc CD changer from under the passenger seat? I haven't examined it closely, but I can't see any screws or bolts holding it to the floor. I've already disconnected all the electrical connections, so all I have to do now is physically remove the unit from under the seat.
Final question, does anyone know of a place (besides a Subaru dealer) where I can get the little "pocket" that sits underneath the factory radio? Now that I have only the radio/CD head unit, I'm going to have an ugly gap under the radio.
Thanks for any help. If I'm still having problems tomorrow, I'll post some digital pics so people will know what I'm talking about.
BTW, the AM/FM/WB/Cassette, 6-CD changer and Changer control will be for sale as soon as I figure out how to get the changer out. Radio, cassette and changer work fine, except there is no backlight behind the display on the radio.
Thanks in advance for any help.
Posted 22 January 2005 - 12:34 PM
Okay, radio works, now I just have to get it re-installed, and hope I can get all those little screws back in!
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