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How to remove rear power outlet center console. Help please

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Can you tell me how to remove this? I bought a new one. Crossing fingers I don’t have to tear the console apart.

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Nevermind I figured it out 

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11 hours ago, Cheverado said:

Can you tell me how to remove this? I bought a new one. Crossing fingers I don’t have to tear the console apart.

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I have two 2-USB outlets that I'm going to put into my center console.  Could use whatever guidance and tricks you learned from replacing this one.

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I don’t have a pic but in the recessed area there are 4 torx head screws. Remove them. Then lift the rear panel straight up. It should come right off.

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9 hours ago, Ravenkeeper said:

I have two 2-USB outlets that I'm going to put into my center console.  Could use whatever guidance and tricks you learned from replacing this one.

 

i popped mine out a couple years ago to add a light inside the "cubby hole' (my kids love it!  ha!)

 

as mentioned above - 4 screws and then it's just clips that hold on the piece

 

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On 4/7/2021 at 8:23 AM, bc-chris said:

 

i popped mine out a couple years ago to add a light inside the "cubby hole' (my kids love it!  ha!)

 

as mentioned above - 4 screws and then it's just clips that hold on the piece

 

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Looks like the screws are inside that back pocket.  I thought I had to tear it apart more than that.  Think I'll be doing my USB project this weekend.  Thanks for the pointers.

 

Any other tricks that I should know about?

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19 minutes ago, Ravenkeeper said:

Looks like the screws are inside that back pocket.  I thought I had to tear it apart more than that.  Think I'll be doing my USB project this weekend.  Thanks for the pointers.

 

Any other tricks that I should know about?

 

i'm trying to remember - it was a couple years ago that i added the LED.  i think i remember saying to myself, "well that was easier than i thought it would be!"

 

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