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Center console swap

Old 01-02-2019
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Center console swap

Alright so, I have a 2003 Ranger with the extended cab but just two doors (basic info, idk if it will help). My truck has the two cup holders and the junk tray (at least thats what it is for me:) ) under the stereo, but after wanting to start a couple projects i want to swap it out for a 2005 and newer ranger piece that goes in the same spot, but rather than being a cup holder its just a flat tray kind of. Does anyone know how to remove the flat tray?? i found one at a jukyard but i cant get it out, or reccomend links to watch how it's done. Or should i attemp to remove all of my center console and swap to a ford explorer (2003), theres a fully intact one at the junkyard as well. ANy adivce would be very appreciated.
Old 01-02-2019
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For the 2004+ console, there should be a foam mat in the flat section. Underneath that should be two screws or some other kind of fastener. Once you undo those, you should be able to just pull the console towards you and then up to release it from the floor bracket. You'll probably want to grab the floor bracket too since I'm sure it's different than the one in your 03.
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