1995 z32 TT
1992 z32 TT
Accent Stripe
AIV Delete
Badgeless Rear Panel
Battery Optima Red Top
Big Brakes
Boost Gauge
Boost Sensor Hose
Boost Jets
Brake Idiot Light
Brake Master Cylinder
Butterfly Throttle Body
Carbon Canister Delete
Carpet Hole Repair
Center Console Removal
Classified ad
Clutch MC and Bleed
Cone Air Filter Placement
Connectors Under Hood
Delete & Bypass
Dyno Runs
Earthing Kit
Engine Pull
EGR Delete
Front Fascia
Fuel Line Clamps
Funky Fuses
Gear Shift Knob
Hatch Lock Stuck
Hella Horns
Hood Squeak
Idle Air Adjustment
Injector Dremel
Injector Testing
Interior Hatch Trim Repair
Jacking Car
Manual Boost Controller
Molding Replacement
Nose Panel
Parking Brake
Plenum Pull
PRVR Removal and Bypass
Pressure Wash
Radiator Hard Pipe Leak
Radiator Howe
Rear Interior Trim
Robo's Rules of Z-Dom
Seat Removal
Shock Install
Spare Tire
Speedometer 180 mph
Stereo Installation
Taillights JDM
Temperature Gauge
Throttle Sticking
Vacuum Lines
When TT.net Goes Down
1987 z31 T
2004 Tacoma
2011 Tacoma
1974 Mercedes 450 SL
12 Hours of Sebring
24 Hours of Le Mans
AACA 2004 Hershey
Garage Remodel
Misc Album Pics
Misc Linked Pics
Numidia Raceway
Watkins Glen
Interesting Links
For Sale
Contact & Feedback

The trim piece in my hand covers the screws at the yellow arrows.  I purposely broke off the clips on the back of this trim piece.   Then I used  Velcro to hold the trim piece in place. 

This made it much easier to remove and replace the trim piece, which I seem to do a lot.  There are two more screws under the trim tabs at the red arrows. 

Close-up of the right red arrow above.  These trim tabs can be removed with your thumbnail.  They break easily.  There is a screw under each one.

After the four screws above are removed, the center bezel holding the air vents and surrounding the stereo head unit can be pried out.  There are a couple of prawl clips on the sides near the bottom of the bezel.    

The screw at the yellow arrows  only have to be removed if you are doing stereo or DIN work.  I'm removing the front screws for the  gear shift cover piece. 

The gear shift knob can be tough to unscrew.  If yours is stuck, you will probably need a new one to replace it by the time you get the old one off.  A rag wrapped around the knob and a pipe wrench works as good as anything.

Open the lid on the ashtray.  Lift ashtray out.  Remove one screw in corner under ashtray, shown by the red dot below.

All the screws so far have been the same size. 

This piece above had four separate electical connectors underneath - shock adjuster switch, mirror switch, cigarette lighter and illumination light.  There may be an extra connector at the harness for headlight washers that were standard on Canadian models. 

Lift the "carpet" at the bottom of the center console glove box.  Then gently lift and pull this piece forward to remove it. 

The back edge of this piece is wedged into place under another trim piece, but not fastened otherwise.