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Old 16-03-13, 12:12 PM
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Question corsa centre console removal

Hi all, is it easy to remove the centre console on a corsa c or do you have to take
The dash out completely??:help:
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Old 16-03-13, 07:43 PM
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Re: corsa centre console removal

If its the same as most other Vauxhall's of the period there will be a screw at the front and back on both sides near to the floor and a couple under the ashtray then it should be clear where else its held in.

Perhaps there may be some Corsa C owners on here that can shed a little more light on this?
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Old 16-03-13, 09:56 PM
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Re: corsa centre console removal

Removed them many times there are two screws at the front on the side of the console which can be easily seen and two screws at the back in line with the front seats, slide the seats fully forward to revel them then it simply comes out after you unclip the hand break and gear leaver gaiters. no need to remove any of the dash hope this helps
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Old 17-03-13, 07:22 AM
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Re: corsa centre console removal

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Removed them many times there are two screws at the front on the side of the console which can be easily seen and two screws at the back in line with the front seats, slide the seats fully forward to revel them then it simply comes out after you unclip the hand break and gear leaver gaiters. no need to remove any of the dash hope this helps
What he said in pictures!! http://vauxhall.workshop-manuals.com...dex.php?id=954 Unless you mean the CD/radio section of the dash?
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Old 17-03-13, 10:05 AM
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Re: corsa centre console removal

Thanks for the info but i did mean the cd/heater control section.
I think i have worked it out, you take the stereo out and
Dismantle it from inside.
Thanks again for the help
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Old 17-03-13, 09:25 PM
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Re: corsa centre console removal

sorry lol yer thats correct remove the radio and there is two screws that hold it in place
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Old 17-03-13, 10:14 PM
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Re: corsa centre console removal

Cheers, just need to take it off and wrap it in carbon fibre.
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