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Glove box door flaps all the way down when I open the glove box.


Look up inside the right or left side of the dash where the glove box closes. There should be a screw that holds stop your talking about. Re attatch it. Unscrew the screw. If broke then use a small nylon strap n secure it to that screw n to the place on the inside of the glove box door.

Sep 24, 2012 | 2005 Cadillac Deville

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Where are the cabin filters located on a 2004 aztec?


The cabin air filters (2 of them) are located through the glove box. Open the glove box door and remove its contents. You will see a door in the back. Deflect the lever and gently pull out at the same time. This will expose the filters. There are two of them so take note there position as you remove them. You should also observe any indicators on the filters that identify airflow direction. Put the new filters in with the airflow indicator pointing in the right direction. Replace the door and the glove box contents and close the glove box door. You should be good to go!

May 22, 2012 | 2004 Pontiac Aztek

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Battery is OK. It gets charged when running. If left overnight battery runs flat. Suspect an Off key short. Where do I start to determine where the short circuit is?


the most common cause of a battery running down can be traced to lights that are on when the ca r sits overnight, check your glove box and make sure that the light inside is not staying on when you close the door,check the light switch to make sure it is working properly and turning off when the glove box door is closed.

Jun 24, 2011 | Oldsmobile Alero Cars & Trucks

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Have ford f150 1996 wont switch to heat from cold replaced switch already


96' or 97' it makes a big difference. 96' models are very simple if you have a basic understanding of automotive work and some basic tools. remove the glove box, the heater core is located behind a panel just inside and below the glove box hole. first remove the plastic panel but not the heater core, to the left of the heater core inside the box is the blend door that separates the heater and A/C cores. this door is often obstructed by pens, pencils, or plastic junk that have fallen down into the defrost vents on top of the dash and landed in the box. something like this will stop the blend door from being able to close the A/C core off from the vents allowing cold air in. if you have big hands like mine you may need a woman or teenager to reach into the box and check for debris but you can see the door open and close when you turn the switch so you know where to check. if you have a 97' model the blend door actuator is electric and usually not accessible without removing the dash and heater/A/C box from the firewall. good luck

Jan 13, 2011 | 1997 Ford F150 Regular Cab

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How to change cabin air filter in a 2003 Subaru outback/


Your cabin filter is located behind the glove box.
First you will need to remove the glove box. Open the glove box, and on the left and right side on the inside, there will be a retainer that you will need to pull out. This will cause your glove box to fall forward, exposing all of the screws. Unscrew the 10 screws around the outer edge of the glove box, and pull the unit down and out of your way.
After the glove box is removed, you will be able to see the HVAC casing. You will see the access door to the cabin filter, held in with some clips. Disconnect the resistor connector that is in your way, then remove the four clips in order to access the filters.
Once you pull the filters out, you can install the new ones in reverse order. Make sure that the arrows on the filters are pointing up, and that the door is sealed properly when you close it back up.
Good luck and please let me know if I may further assist you. -TXTEXAN

Nov 28, 2010 | 2003 Subaru Outback

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Fuse box locations on a 2006 jeep wrangler 4.0 6speed manual


To access the fuse panel the glove box must be removed. It is removed by slipping the glove box strap off the hook and letting the door roll down off its hinges. To reinstall, position the glove box door at an 8 o’clock orientation, engage the hinge hook formations on the lower edge of the glove box door with the hinge pins on the lower edge of the instrument panel. Tilt the upper edge of the glove box door upward toward the instrument panel enough to reattach the glove box strap to the door. Rotate glove box door to closed position. Open and close to insure proper installation.

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Hope helps (remember rated this). Good luck.

Jul 16, 2010 | 2006 Jeep Wrangler

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How can I chage the A/C filter on Accent 2007?


Remove the Phillips-head screws and the 10mm bolts that attach the glove box insert to the dash. Pull the release tabs on the glove box door travel stops and release the glove box door from the glove box. Slide the glove box insert out. Remove the lower dash trim panel on the passenger side of the dashboard.Remove the old HEPA filter by depressing the locking tabs on the filter cover located on the front of the plastic evaporator case located directly behind the glove box. Then slide the filter carefully, out and down, to prevent knocking the dust that has been captured by the filter into the evaporator case or onto the carpet.Install the new filter by sliding the new filter into the evaporator case. The new filter is labeled to indicate the direction it should be installed into the evaporator. Push it completely into the case, and close the cover until the latches snap into place.Reinstall the glove box insert and attach it to the dashboard using the original screws and bolts. Insert the door travel stops into their slots and push the door closed. The stops will automatically snap into place. Reinstall the lower dashboard trim to complete the project.

Jun 04, 2010 | 2000 Hyundai Accent

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Slk 500-glove box wont open


It sounds like something got in the way of the latch when you closed it after putting your stuff in there. Take a screw driver and while gently prying on the door turn the latch at the same time. Once it opens and there wasn't anything jamming it then WD 40 time. Let me know how it turns out. Raz

Apr 18, 2010 | 2000 Mercedes-Benz SLK

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Lower Glove Box Won't Close


I fixed this in a 2010 Rav4 by lowering the glovebox all the way and finding that the cover to the cabin air filter had fallen off and was jamming the hinge of the glove box. To lower the glove box, pull the glove box side walls inward until the lock tabs clear the sides of the opening and you can rotate it all the way down. Clear whatever is jamming the hinge and rotate the glove box back into position. Be sure the hinge is pushed all the way forward onto the corresponding pin before closing the glove box, otherwise there will be misalignment. There is also a plastic air piston on the right side of the glove box assembly that damps the movement of the glove box. Be sure the piston assembly is secured into the two corresponding locking pins (one on the glove box, the other on the glove box opening) before closing the glove box.

Jul 08, 2009 | 2007 Toyota RAV4

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I have a 2005 Subaru Outback Legacy with a glove box that is stuck closed. The hasp for opening the glove box still moves, but does not seem to release the glove box itself. Any ideas as to how to get...


hello first thing to check is were the box mounts at the bottom of the door hinge assembly undo the screws you should be able to lift the door enough to release the lock inside goodluck

Sep 14, 2008 | Subaru Outback Cars & Trucks

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