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A lot of the time they are attached by screws that are inside the box and screwed up into the dash assembly. Also, the screws that hold the door hinge can also do extra duty by securing the box to the dash. A bit of time with a flashlight and perhaps a mirror should help you locate screws inside the box.
Patience, and fun. Enjoy!.
Posted on Apr 19, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
Remove the battery cover to access the battery terminals. Disconnect the negative (-) battery cable with the pliers.
Open the glove box door and squeeze the outer part to remove the door. Locate the two screws behind the door to remove the glove box.
Access the ECU behind the glove box. Remove the electrical connectors by hand; remove the bolts mounting the ECU to the inner dash.
Install the new ECU in the same position. Replace the bolts and reconnect the electrical connectors.
Replace the glove box and the glove box door. Reconnect your battery.
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