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post #1 of 4 Old 03-19-2013, 10:01 AM Thread Starter
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Front jump seat console diagram?

Does anybody know where I can find a diagram or parts breakdown for the front jump seat fold down console? In my '06, if I rest my arm on the front left corner of it, the right rear side raises up. And so it's come unbolted somewhere I just don't know where. The box must bolt to the mechanism that allows it to fold up and down but I can't feel any bolts on the drivers let alone the passenger side.

It folds up and down just fine and is nice and solid in that aspect. It's only the box/bin that's come loose from the folding mechanism on the passenger side.

If I knew how to remove the lid and box from the fabric I might be able to see where the bolt broke or is missing. But I'm not finding any screws inside the box.

Normally this wouldn't be much of an issue but the damn thing squeaks over every......single......bump and it's driving me insane.
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I had the same problem with one that I purchased to swap for my floor mounted console. Used this and fixed it up nice. It is not hard to do just take your time so you do not break any of the plastic tabs. I even drilled a couple extra holes and put some stainless fasteners in it to hold it even better . It is solid now. Good luck. PM me if you have any specific questions.

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Holy sweet moses! I thought for sure no one would have this. Thanks! I'm going to get after it next week.
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I wanted to post up that I followed the procedure in that link from Aretoo and didn't find it to difficult to do. I didn't actually have to take the cupholder portion off and only needed to peel back 3/4 of the fabric and bend the arm rest foam back to get to the four screws.

What I found was that three of the screws had loosened up that hold the plastic bin to the steel frame. The passenger rear screw had stripped out completely. What I did was use some Loctite and then a small split lock washer with another slightly larger normal washer on all of the screws because the screw slot in the metal frame was just about as large as the screw head itself and would cause the screws to not seat evenly. Then I tightened them all back down nice and snug. As for the stripped out screw I just used a larger course thread screw. I think they'll hold good now, I hope.

One thing though, that I found to be a real pain in the rear was getting all of the fabric back under the small black trim ring in a nice, neat and even fashion. I couldn't get it to all go back under just like it had been before but with the arm rest bolted back in and the plastic trim put back on you really can't tell.
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