All, sorry I noticed pictures after my last question. After figuring out where the clip were, this was a super easy fix that took less than 10 minutes with cleaning and replacement. I am posting pictures with areas circled in yellow to show both 1) exact location of clips - first three pictures and 2) where the rubber band seems to come undone - last two pictures. Use a flat head (standard) screwdriver under the front right section of the cup holder assembly to release the clip. Gently pull up the front of the assembly while releasing the clip. Do the same thing on the left front. Then, gently push the whole assembly toward the front of the car to release the back of the assembly. Lastly, pull up front the right side (wiring is attached on the left. To make it easier to rerun the rubber band, you can release the wiring clips by pressing the release buttons. If the rubber band is not threaded correctly, it won’t be taught enough to keep the cup holders in place. This is awful engineering design. A rubber band should not hold things in place on a car. After retreading the rubber band, I added duct tape to keep the cup holders and rubber band in place. The local dealership charged me $75 to fix this once, and the tech didn’t even fix it correctly… it fell within five minutes of leaving the dealer. So, make certain to retread the rubber band correctly. This is clearly a known issue. Ford should be fixing this with a lasting correction. A rubber band that will naturally have less strength over time is not reliable.