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Welcome to the forum.
Put all your vehicle details in your signature, the same as I have done.
We then won't have to ask what year model engine and transmission, each time you ask a question.
 

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Thank "andspenka" for this.

The centre console, you need to start at the gearstick surround. There's 2 torx screws under the gaiter and the rest just pulls off, the clip at the far left hand side above the glovebox is a bit of a bugger. I found it easier to remove the glovebox then get your hand inside and help it out. Once you have the surround off, lift the arm rest, there's a thin piece of plastic runs down each side of the armrest hole. You need to get hold of these and pull them upwards, remove the handbrake gaiter and ease the trim out. There's wiring attached for the heated seats and cigar lighter, they go into a grey plug. There's a torx screw on each side of the gearstick to hold the front side panels on and 1 plastic bung in the footwell on each side. The rest of the screws are towards the back, there's a screw in each side of the arm rest, you need to move the seats around to get at them. This will allow you to pull the rear side panels away, you don't need to take them out just move them so you can get access to some more screws. Again 1 either side of the armrest and 2 at the front. In the back you need to prise out the air vent as there's some more screws inside behind the vent. You need to remove the armrest, 3 screws inside the lid and 2 inside the rear air vent. It sounds worse than it is.
 
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