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A/C sliding knob replacement

Both of my sliding knobs are broken.
They are still sitting in the slots,
but come off, with some pieces still inside.
I bought two new replacement knobs.
Do you have to remove the entire center console to replace them?
I was going to try and remove the broken pieces with a tweezer, try to keep the copper colored clip in place and try and put the new knobs in.
does the face plate of the heater/A/C control come off without removing the whole center console?
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I just finished pulling my Control head out. The ac vent pulls right out with pliers, gently, then the black border piece comes off carefully, then 4 screws hold the whole unit in and two for the ac button panel.
The hardest part is getting the wire clips off and back on.
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my 2 vents and border came off as one unit.
I don't see any screws.
Just the two top bolts that hold the console.
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You did not go far enough.
Pull the trim off, be carefull not to break it. Outlined in white.
Then take out the screws underneath it. Red marks.

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