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Wire that goes into latch is loose in glove box,glove box wont close. buick rendevous.

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  • johnwiltsie6 Mar 17, 2011

    the problem is not with the door latch, the
    problem is the three sided heavy wire that the
    door latch snappes into.

  • johnwiltsie6 Mar 17, 2011

    no this is a thick coat hanger type wire that is aganst the back of glove box face
    the latch on door closes in to it.

  • johnwiltsie6 Mar 17, 2011

    yes

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I am not sure what it is you are asking here, please clarify what your question is? Is this the glove box light wiring?if so remove the glove box liner (held in by short Phillips screws) and repair the wires

Posted on Mar 17, 2011

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    yadayada Mar 17, 2011

    That is the sticker for the latch in the door, the screw that holds it has fallen out, go to a hardware store and buy anew screw if you can't find the old one, the striker is held inside the glove box by one screw on each side, it must be adjusted to work correctly.

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Check the latch and wirings.If any of the latch or wirings are broken// cut in between. To remove the entilre glove box. The hinge is screwed tothe door with five screws but screwed and rivited to the glove box. You have to remove the golve boxx to have room to cut the rivets with a chisel. They could not be drilled out. The box is held in with four screws and about 10 clips.
Detach the screws that connect the glove box housing to the glove box door, using a power drill. Slide the glove box housing away with the glove box door.Pull and detach the glove box harness,Detach the screws that hold in the glove box latch, using a power drill. Slide away the glove box latch.Now check the latch and wirings.If the latch is broken then replace it.If the wirings are getting cut then get the external wires connected and check if its closing the glove box. ----------- Check out.Keep updated.Thanks.Helpmech.

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