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    I broke it :)

    Can I fix it? Dealership is dealing with all the recall crap right now, and besides I'd rather not give them any money. Even if it is money coming from Mazda Corp for warranty work

    Please excuse all the dirt in the following photo

    Don't know why, but can't make the photo show here. Here's the imgur link: https://imgur.com/a/RRBHtjc

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    to upload pictures:

    Settings
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    Choose File
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    After picture is uploaded , click the blue hyperlink
    The attached file (picture) should open in a new window
    Copy the url
    Click the Insert Image button
    Copy and Paste URL
    Done

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    Quote Originally Posted by rsvinylgraphics View Post
    to upload pictures:

    Settings
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    Choose File
    Upload
    After picture is uploaded , click the blue hyperlink
    The attached file (picture) should open in a new window
    Copy the url
    Click the Insert Image button
    Copy and Paste URL
    Done
    Thanks for the help, but that's probably not going to happen I tried it from in the post, by clicking the "add image" button but it didn't like my file.

    For any webadmins out there, 10 steps to add a photo is too many.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sm1ke View Post
    Lol, dang, how'd you do that?? Did you rest a heavy object on the knobs or something?

    Maybe someone who's taken the console apart to do the AA/ACP install can chime in.
    Yeah, me

    I leaned over into the footwell to grab something and it popped. Not sure, but the back button had been frozen and the thing in the middle wasn't working either. Now they both work !

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    Nothing is actually broken really. It proves how easy the commander switch can be removed (and installed). It sits in the front console all with clips and tabs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jellyfish11 View Post
    Nothing is actually broken really. It proves how easy the commander switch can be removed (and installed). It sits in the front console all with clips and tabs.
    But how do I fix it?

    Presumably the clips and tabs are underneath it, but I can't access them. I can yank it up with the knob and it goes back in place, but a very light push makes it drop right back down.....

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    The AA ACP thread check out page 9. It will provide instructions on how to remove the shifter trim

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattGoose View Post
    But how do I fix it?

    Presumably the clips and tabs are underneath it, but I can't access them. I can yank it up with the knob and it goes back in place, but a very light push makes it drop right back down.....
    Here are the instructions.
    https://www.mazdas247.com/members/je...%20Removal.pdf

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