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06 Corolla broken bottom tray - how can I fix it?

06 Corolla broken bottom tray - how can I fix it to stay closed?

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  • heinomoeller Mar 04, 2009

    I'm sure that there is a way to fix it, probably by epoxying a new spring holder onto the tray and re-attaching the orginal spring. I know of folks who have done that, but I can't find the details of how to remove the tray anwhere on the web. Thoughts?

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That tray has been known to break with regularity. Short of replacing it, there really is no other way to repair it. Is it still under warranty? If so, it would be fixed for free.

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