Question about 2002 Toyota Avalon
Release the drop rod cylinder on the right side, and then squeeze both sides of the glovebox towards the center of the glove box to lower it straight down. The drop rod cylinder is held by a screw, or a squeezable clamp for releasing it. No special tools needed.
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