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Center Console Removal

Since I added the two post shifter bracket I have noticed more noise coming up from the transmission. I want to add some sound dampening material to the top of the tranny but for the life of me I canít figure out how to pop out the center console. Iíve looked at a couple of videos for changing out shifters but they kind of glaze over where to start with the console. I don't want to just start prying around with a screw driver and break something - suggestions?


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SVTPerformance.com : 2011 Mustang MT-82 MGW Shifter Install(1/3) - YouTube

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Excellent video - thank you!

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No problem. I watched that a few times to gear up for my MGW install that I just finished.
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