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Glove Box Good Afternoon, Are you talking about the center console? Or is it in another place? Thank you for your help

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  • prodmgr2001 Jul 29, 2008

    Thank you for your help. That is what we thought but we did not know for sure.



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Yes - behind the gear shift, in between the two front seats - where the driver would place his/her right arm while he/she is driving. I beleive that is the only "glove box" that the car has. That is all that my 1995 jag XJ6 has anyway. :-)

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