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How to unstick upper glove box latch.

Upper glove box latch is stuck inside the door and it will not close. I need to know how to fix this.

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Try to get some penetrating oil in/on the latch... 3 in 1 oil or something

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i have 95 toyoto corolla, its broken trunk latch.. and i want to teplace it... i need advice totake any extra care for to replace by my self... and wher i can get parts and how much cost it would be... cani get parts from Canadian tire? or only from toyoto delar?

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Junk yard will be the cheapest.

I don't think you'll be able to get it through an auto part store because most of these parts are not universally designed. All manufacturers make slight variations so it's hard to find an exact part.

The dealership will definitely have this part, but the price may or may not be pricey.

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SOURCE: how to fix a door latch on a 1994 nissan pickup

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Use a spoon or wide screwdriver to pop the plastic rivets that hold the interior of the door on. Takes some courage as they dont come away easily, about 8 in all.
1, Remove the window winders, by either pushing the "ring" that touches the interior till it stops and then slide the winder off the toothed stub.pop the cover off and use screwdriver/socket to remove winders.
2, Use old eating knife or wide bladed screwdriver around edge if soft interior of door and pry/pop the hidden plastic rivets, releasing the soft interior away from the metal or the door.

3, You may have to twist off the latch, just like a bottle cap.

4, You will see the wire coat hanger type metal that connects to the latch and locking mechanism.


If you have some grease with you you can also grease up the mechanisms for the lock, lock release, window, mirror.

That's how it is on my Volkswagen.
Good luck, Dave

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