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post #1 of 5 Old 02-17-2017, 01:43 AM Thread Starter
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How to remove armrest on Nissan Versa SV 2015

Hello,

I'm new to this so I apologize for any mistakes. I am trying to remove my driver's seat armrest on my Versa sedan '15 to install an aftermarket center armrest console. I have been searching the online but I can only find installations or removing armrest from other makes. Does anyone have any suggestions or ideas? I added the generic picture of my car to show the armrest I'm talking about.

http://images.autotrader.com/scaler/...sa-/224643.jpg

Thank you so much!
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Arm Rest

Just did this yesterday on my 2016 Note SV.

There is a zipper on the back side/under side of the arm rest. Unzip it and pull back the cloth. There is a hole in the foam. I think it's a 12 mm socket that fits the bolt about 1" deep in the hole. Remove the bolt and the arm rest come right off.

This leaves a hole in the cloth of the seat which the console does not cover. I used a curved needle and thread and found a piece of black cloth and sewed it over the hole. I did this without doing any damage so that I could put it all back stock if I decide to.

So far I think the console/arm rest is going to work out real well.



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Thanks Alan! Your instructions were clear and accurate! It is a 12mm socket, and it came right off. What did you do about the metal stud remaining before covering with cloth?
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Mine was recessed enough that it didn't get in the way of putting the cloth over it.
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