I just got through doing this on a 95, if that helps. The first step is to remove the outer console. There are two screws located towards the lower rear of the console, one on the right and one on the left. To access them, you will probably need to push both front seats as far ahead as possible, then remove these two screws.
Next, there may be a small coin tray to the rear of the shift mech. This can be pried out with a thin blade knife or screwdriver. You will notice a screw down inside the console, one the coin tray has been removed.
Towards the lower front of the console, right an left, are two more screws. These are down near the floor, at the lower from corner of the console. They may have cosmetic screw covers on them. These pop off with a screwdriver or knife. remove those two screws.
Finally, you need to remove the bezel around the shift mech. This is probably a piece of black plastic that surrounds the shift mech and rests on top of the console surface. This piece will pry out as it is held in place by tension. Once it is off, you will see the final two screws located at the top-front of the console.
You should now be able to remove the center console. Lift from the very rear, first, then slide it back a little (1/2 inch). Then, lift straight up.
Hope that helps!
It is most likely located in the center console behind and below the radio. It can be accessed by removing the kick panels from both the driver and passenger sides of the center console.
center console forward of the ECM laying flat tucked up under dash not hard to remove just remove the carpeted panels on either side of front center console
Under the center of the dash, on the floor forward of the center console. Remove the trim panels at the very front of the console, by the gas pedal, and on the left side of the passenger's footwell, and you will see it.
It's located under the center console below the radio. Remove the side panels to access it.
I have a 1993 Mitsubishi 3000gt and the TCU is located under the console / dash. It is mounted by a metal bracket to the floor pan. You will need to remove the side carpet panels and the entire front console to access the TCU.
It is number 41 and it is a 15 amp fuse.
behind the center console behind black panel mounted on floor bracket. remove to black panels from right and left side.
inside the center console - right side - the panel is held in with a velcro tab in the front. You will find the second of three fuse panels within - that is also the BCM.
The center console will more than likely fit. However, i believe the door panels will be different. the switches have different wiring and buttons may be slightly off. grand Cherokees switched the interior styling in 96. it is hit or miss, but most things are compatible.
Dealer? Salvage Yard?
I just need to figure out how to take my door panels off my car, 2000 Mitsubishi Eclipse, so I can install some new speakers.