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Anyone have any experience removing the overhead console from a 2018 or 2019 Nox? My nox does not have the HomeLink, so I ordered the OEM part to swap out my consoles, but cannot find anything on removing the console.
 

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Anyone have any experience removing the overhead console from a 2018 or 2019 Nox? My nox does not have the HomeLink, so I ordered the OEM part to swap out my consoles, but cannot find anything on removing the console.


hi, I'm trying to remove mine as well
Does anyone know how to Remove this overhead console
 

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2019 Chevrolet Equinox | Equinox, Terrain Service Manual N America, Israel, MidEast - except Caribbean 11761365 | Body Hardware and Trim | Instrument Panel and Console Trim | Repair Instructions | Document ID: 4562243
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Roof Console Replacement

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Roof Console Replacement Callout
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Roof Console

Note: Any glue removed during the removal of the console does not need to be reapplied.

Procedure
 1. Grasp the roof console on both sides and pull down to disengage the clips.
 2. Continue to lower the roof console rear end first to clear the front tabs.
 3. Disconnect all electrical connectors.
 4. Transfer components as necessary.

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You have to pull hard. There's just clips that hold it in place. Might try to pull the back side (sun glass compartment) down first and use a screw driver to pry the rest of the clips out. I have bought the replacement overhead console with the Homelink on it. But there is no plug for the transmitter. There has to be a way to get power to the transmitter some how.
 

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You have to pull hard. There's just clips that hold it in place. Might try to pull the back side (sun glass compartment) down first and use a screw driver to pry the rest of the clips out. I have bought the replacement overhead console with the Homelink on it. But there is no plug for the transmitter. There has to be a way to get power to the transmitter some how.
I too miss my GM Chevrolet Homelink. One would think the options would be the same between corporate brands but I didn't find that out until I went to program the buttons in my Terrain SLE with the convenience package. Oops. I'm a senior and I was thinking of ordering the SLT console as you have but you're stating there isn't any power there. Please let us know if you get it figured out! Thanks!
 
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