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VE Centre Console Trim

Fu Manchu

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I'm after some detail on how the trim pieces on the sides of the centre console clip in.
Mine have fallen off and possibly missing clips/broken mounts.
I can't find pictures or diagrams to compare mine to.

Not sure if I need some clips from Holden or if I need to replace the panels.
 

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Yeah, I looked at that but it doesn’t show any detail of the back of the panels, nor what fasteners are used. I’ve had these off many times but never paid attention to remembering what exact fasteners are used.
 

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I'm after some detail on how the trim pieces on the sides of the centre console clip in.
Mine have fallen off and possibly missing clips/broken mounts.
I can't find pictures or diagrams to compare mine to.

Not sure if I need some clips from Holden or if I need to replace the panels.
great question: I‘d would really love to know this as well (to about removing and replacing centre console side panels) and clips etc as my car came with these panels missing. Help and cheers
 

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Solved it in the end. There are simple clips you'll find on eBay or the wreckers, or Holden. They slot into the catches on the back. Push fit to the body and centre console.
 

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There was a good guide somewhere, basically you start at the centre console end & get that clip in, then pull up near the handbrake to get the second clip into the channel, the pointy end just tucks up to the firewall piece.
Easier said then done & If any of the clips don't go in or are broken they will always fall down.
I ended up putting a small screw in both.
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There was a good guide somewhere, basically you start at the centre console end & get that clip in, then pull up near the handbrake to get the second clip into the channel, the pointy end just tucks up to the firewall piece.
Easier said then done & If any of the clips don't go in or are broken they will always fall down.
I ended up putting a small screw in both.View attachment 231771
Hang on.....what is that fancy diamond stitch ?
 

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So oversized floor mats ?

Leather / vinyl ?
 
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