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How To: Install Mustang Center Console Arm Rest Pad (05-09)

Posted 11/19/2015 by Landan Durham

Replace the broken or cracking center console armrest pad in your 2005-2009 Mustang with this helpful guide!

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Ford OE Center Console Arm Rest Pad

It’s hard to believe the 2005 Mustang has been around for ten years now. And like any car, age slowly starts to become apparent the older they get. The center console is hands down one of the most used and abused pieces inside of the Mustang. For example, the one found in this car; the rubber covering started to separate from the plastic body. This more than likely is the most common problem, however, if yours has suffered from something different, no worries, it’ll get you fixed up as well.

This Ford original center console arm rest pad is a DIRECT replacement for the aging, worn out piece that is currently in your Mustang. It will match the factory charcoal interior color and is the exact same arm rest pad found in all 05-09 Mustangs with the only exception being 07-09 GT500s since they featured a leather wrapped arm rest pad.


Required Tools

  • 7/32" Socket
  • 1/4" Spinner Handle

Installation Instructions

  1. Pop open the console arm rest pad.
  2. Remove the four 7/32" screws.
  3. Remove the trashed arm rest pad.
  4. Position the new arm rest pad into place.
  5. Re-tighten the previously removed four 7/32" screws

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Mustang Ford OE Console Arm Rest Pad Install (05-09)

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Published on 2015-11-09
It’s hard to believe the 2005 Mustang has been around for 11 years now; and like any car, age slowly starts to become apparent the older they get. The Mustang center console armrest is hands down one of the most used and abused pieces in the interior.

This original Ford Mustang center console armrest pad is a direct replacement for the aging, worn out piece that is currently in your Mustang. It will match the factory charcoal interior color and is the exact same armrest pad found in all 05-09 Mustangs. The only exception will be 07-09 GT500s since they featured a leather wrapped armrest pad.

Mustang Fitment: 2005 (05), 2006 (06), 2007 (07), 2008 (08), 2009 (09) All (Excludes GT500)
Transcript
What’s going guys? Landan here with Late Model Restoration! Today I’m going to be taking a quick look at Ford’s original center console arm rest pad fitting your 2005-2009 Mustang.

It’s hard to believe the 2005 Mustang has been around for ten years now. And like any car, age slowly starts to become apparent the older they get. The center console is hands down one of the most used and abused pieces inside of the Mustang. For example, the one found in this car; the rubber covering started to separate from the plastic body. This more than likely is the most common problem, however, if yours has suffered from something different, no worries, it’ll get you fixed up as well.

This Ford original center console arm rest pad is a DIRECT replacement for the aging, worn out piece that is currently in your Mustang. It will match the factory charcoal interior color and is the exact same arm rest pad found in all 05-09 Mustangs with the only exception being 07-09 GT500s since they featured a leather wrapped arm rest pad.

As far as installation goes fellas, this one should take you no more than five minutes. Simply pop open the console arm rest pad and remove the four seven thirty-seconds screws. Get the trashed arm rest pad out of the way and re-position the new one. Carefully re-tighten the four screws and you’re done!

If you guys want to see more quick and easy fixes for your 05-09 Mustang, then I invite you to subscribe to our YouTube channel if you haven’t already done so. While you’re at it, get back over to the site and pick yourself up a new Ford original console arm rest pad at LMR.com!