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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
On the inside of glove box there are 2 hex screws that hold the lock in place. the lock it self is a dealer part and so is the box. If you have the lock go to your nearest GM dealer and they can tell you what size screws you need if they can't tell you i can find the size for you. This is an easy job to do it yourself. Also if you have the old lock it is keyed the same as your door/trunk lock.
Posted on May 21, 2009
The main fuse block is located in the underside of the instrument panel, in or behind the glove compartment. Remove the access cover in the glove compartment to access the fuse block. Spare fuses and a fuse puller should always be kept here. Various convenience connectors, which snap-lock into the fuse block, add to the serviceability of this unit.
On some vehicles, you may have to remove a cover for access to the main fuse block
The main fuse block is in or under the glove compartment
Posted on Dec 22, 2009
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