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Broken glove box latch - 2002 Suzuki XL-7

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You are going to need another unbroken mechanical latch part there. Myself I would call local junkyards to see if they have any early 2000 vitaras, and I would look on my local craigslist to see if anyone is selling vitara parts. You buy a used one for a few bucks and put it on yourself. May have to buy the whole glovebox door, but used will still be cheap.

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