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Q: How do you remove rear seat armrest cup holder?

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How do you remove rear seat armrest cup holder?

My car has 47200 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

You may not be able to remove the arm rest without removing the entire door panel first. Depending on vehicle, you may only have to remove a couple screws and the door panel will lift straight up and off. Some door handles remove a screw and slide forward and are pulled up to remove.

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