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    I am trying to remove the console so I can finish putting in my bedliner (back and passenger side done) and I cant seem to figure out how to get er off. I took out the bolt in the cup holder up front but nothing really happens. Is there a bolt in the rear cup holder? Need help. Thanks in advance.
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    There is a bolt in the center storage console...
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    What??^^^^^^^
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    In the storage part of the center console is another bolt.. Is that what you were asking
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    Not sure about your year model, but on my 05 there is a rubber peice in the bottom of the rear drink holders that comes out. Under that are the bolts to loosen the rear of the console.
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    OK. I'll give that a try. It didnt look like the rubber piece came out, but I'll give it a shot again. Mine is an 02. I didnt see any bolt/screw in the storage area when I had that apart. Thanks for the help.
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    Yeah mine is an 02 and I had to take it out..I cant remember why but im pretty sure theres one in there
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    Huh. I took out some longer thin screws/bolts but that didnt do anything. I guess I will take those back out and try to get the rubber piece out of the rear cupholder to see if there is anything there. I would almost think there has to be something hidden like Jacon was saying. I'll give it a try tomorrow.
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    Good luck..sorry I couldnt help more..
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    The easiest way to get the rubber piece out is with the vacuum. Seems I always pull it out the few times I do clean it.

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