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by Mike Smith
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1995 corvette coupe, how to remove the console trim panel and remove the automatic climate control head

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by: RanRoss

Open the center console and remove the console armrest lid screws/bolts. Also remove the screws for the shifter cover, a couple are located in the ashtray. You will have to remove the shifter knob, the button pops out using a small flat screwdriver and then you have to remove the shifter knob by expanding the C ring from the shaft using an expander tool for installing and removing C rings. Continue removing the screws that attach the cover over the radio and climate control system and you have to remove the center vent to do this. The vent is has 2 screws you can see they are receded in the vent. Sounds like a lot but not that hard to do. The climate control has a connector plugged in to the back you have to undo after you take out the screws holding in the unit. Good Luck.

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