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Glove box opens wide to the floor....no restraint....what happened?

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Something is broke there sould be a chain, cable or arm to hold it back it is not attached.

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How do you remove front seat head rest on 2014 jeep compass?


front left or right and why>?
may I ask why? why remove a safety device.??????
did you search first.
we just answered this last month.
did you read the operators guide in this,
lost the glove box guide already?
or want is to read it to you, ok
here again.
answering for USA cars.
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got this option>
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wana bet THAT dont come off, unless replacing it but you never said why.
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the head restraints require removal, see your authorized
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• In the event of deployment of an Active Head Restraint,
refer to "Occupant Restraints/Resetting Active
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if lost the book
its here to read 24/7 or download
read it
then say why its to be removed.

http://www.jeep.com/en/owners/manuals/

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Step 1: Remove the passenger glove box. To do this, open the glove box. where the top part stops, on the right and left side, there should be two pins that hold the glove box open so that it will not fall. Press these tabs towards the center of the glovebox.

Step 2: Remove the air filter. Directly behind where the glovebox was, there should be a large vent (around 10inches wide). In the center of this is a white strip. This is the air filter. Pull out by using the tab to one side.

Step 3 Install new filter or replace cleaned filter and reassemble.

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Defrost and floor heat broke


Are you saying you don't have blower at all? Defrost, floor and panel are the only three separate modes you have. If it's not blowing at all and the fuses are good, check the wiring behind the glove box. There's a two wire plug with a large red wire just about center of the glove box opening that's known for burning out. If it is you'll see the burned spot on the connector or wont be able to disconnect it.

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Glove box area 2002 jeep noise


I'm lost here.
You have a noise around or behind the glove box. And you say you have filled and bled the system.
The cooling system ??
How would the cooling system produce a noise in the cabin ?
Could the noise be the blower motor ?
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Change cabin air filter


Most cabin air filters are located inside the dash. Only way to access this area is through the glove box. Open glove box, remove/open the tabs and the glove box cover will drop down to gain access. Be sure to remove all items from the box or they will just dump out on floor. Behind the glove box using a flashlight you will see the filter, remove, replacement is reverse of accessing.

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Glove box opens all the way instead of partially dumping everything on floor


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Inside the car air cleaner filter, where are they located and how do you replace it?


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How does glove box come off to replace air cabin filter ?


First, take a good look at what you’re doing.
Look on the right side of open glove box and locate a plastic lever. You will see grooves on the end connected to the glove box. The grooved area is the spot to place the thumb in order to press this lever off the glove box when it comes time to do that.
Look up under the glove box. You will see two brass colored screws one on each side of the bottom of the glove box. These screws go up through two square plastic hinges that are attached to the glove box and into the the dash frame.
Okay, with the glove box closed remove the two brass colored screws, and put them aside so you won’t lose them..
Open the glove box and hold the glove box with your left hand and press on the plastic lever (grooved area) located on the right side of the glove box. This lever (the lever already mentioned above) is slotted and will pop off the glove box.
Put the glove box carefully aside.
Look straight in behind the glove box. You will see a rectangular black plastic cover approximately 1.5 inches wide by 8 inches long. On the right and left side are arrows pointing in. Press the arrows and pull out on the cover. This will slide out the tray that holds the filter. Remove old filter and insert the new one, flow arrows pointing down.
Retrieve glove box, hold in place, and attach plastic plastic lever to the right side of the glove box. The reverse of removal.
Next, the two plastic hinges located on the bottom of the glove box fit underneath the dash frame.
While holding the glove box in place (the glove box latch may hold glove box in place while installing screws) re-install the two screws through the plastic hinges into the frame and tighten.
Hope this helps you.

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Installation cabin filter 2006 Acura TL


need to remove glove box(mounted withscrews from bottom edge)once glove box removed you will see basically in dead center of glove box opening a approx.1" wide plastic black strap going from top of heater box straight down and wraps towards ft of car. remove bolt from top this strap,it will then pull downnwards and unhook from heater box.this opens up slot in heater box that you see a white holder assy slid into slot .grab ahold of tab and pull outwards removing from heater box. this holder for filter.replace filter(pay attention to directionof flow arrows on filter)slide back into heater unit(has guides it slides into)and reinstall glovebox etc....good luck! Joel

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