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    Default How to remove accessory socket on rear console

    The kids have broken the accessory socket on the rear console so I am looking to replace it.

    How do you remove it?
    Do you have to take the whole rear centre console apart??

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    just unclip and clipS back in

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    Which bit clips/unclips?
    Do you mean the rectangular plastic the accessory socket sits it? Like this bit: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/vauxhall-v...item2328049496

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    yeah that unlicps all I do is put my finger in the 12v hole and pull it out

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    Quote Originally Posted by marc vectra sri View Post
    yeah that unlicps all I do is put my finger in the 12v hole and pull it out
    Nice one. Didn't realise it was that easy

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    I might replace the armrest at somepoint as the material has pulled. Is that easy to replace?

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    yea it a pain the the arse remove the 12v from the rectangle piece now what I done was with the old broken one just break it off cut it off snap it off so u can just slide the new one on

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marky View Post
    I might replace the armrest at somepoint as the material has pulled. Is that easy to replace?
    yea it's easy I was going replace mine so got vents remove all the plastic from the rear and full see 4 bolts just UN bolt them that's off top my head was a while since I took everything out to clean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marc vectra sri View Post
    yea it a pain the the arse remove the 12v from the rectangle piece now what I done was with the old broken one just break it off cut it off snap it off so u can just slide the new one on
    Did you break the metal socket or just the round plastic lid?

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