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    Am I the only one that couldn't get the......

    center console piece where the p-brake lever is off with out gouging the hell out of the the two pieces where your supposed to pry? I had the screw driver covered in a rag and everything. The plastic just seemed really soft. Please let me know I am not the only one who messed up their nice console.

    Thanks, Eric

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    Mine comes off easily. Take off the piece by shifter by pulling up in the bottom part of it (your fingers should fit underneath) and then pull up on the part by the e-brake.

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    Sorry, but you probably are the only one.

    No tools required. It just pulls off.

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    I didn't mess mine up, but it was becoming a PITA because it was attached very tightly.

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    Originally posted by urabusWRX
    I didn't mess mine up, but it was becoming a PITA because it was attached very tightly.
    thats what was happening to me
    Quote Originally Posted by DTR rex

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    i have the reverse problem...for some reason that piece dosent want to stay all the way down

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    ? you shouldnt have to use a screw driver...

    grab where the 2 pieces connect and pull up ... hard...
    should snap apart.... re-installing, it should snap back in...

    wow. sorry to hear you guys are having issues

    Jamie

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    Mine came off by hand, no prying with a screwdriver was required...

    My Silver dash bezel on the other hand....

    -Jason
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    Yea, now I know you can just grab where they meet, SOA needs to get their act together and revise the directions for that darn armrest extension they are the ones providing the instructions for where to pry and they even say to use a device to pry with.

    Eric

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    I had to remove mine again today to install a TT and the way you guys described worked much better than the "pry it off" method.

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