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Old 08 Jul 2011, 01:31 pm
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Default How do you remove the front console compartment on a 2011 honda pilot?

How do you remove the front console compartment on a 2011 honda pilot?
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Old 08 Jul 2011, 01:46 pm
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you need more info on this , like the dashboard?.. anyways nice car lol, this is my future car no joke


from my alldatapro

sorry, this is all i could get..


1. Open the front door, and remove the affected dashboard side panel.

^ Pull out the door opening seal as needed.

^ Place a business card between the dashboard and the pry point, gently pry the front edge of the side panel with the appropriate trim tool to release the hooks, then remove the side panel.

2. Install the new side panel, and apply pressure to each clip point. Press the door opening seal back into place.

and here is a picture

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