Question about Vehicle Parts & Accessories
Posted by Anonymous on
OK so this is previous glove box exp. for how 'I' would do it. Look on top,sides, back of inside of glove box for screw covers, little plastic circles usually that may be level with surface and when pressed into it's sized depression snaps into space AND covers screws. Take small screwdriver or plastic scudge (same thing to work on cell phone backs and screens) and remove screws. My guess is there are minimum of 4 but always count on one you didn't look hard enough for.Also they can be hidden behind the box and by squeezing in the bottom where the box is hinged to disconnect the hinge from what is basically two holes as a hold for the boxes hinge,the hinge unconnected at this hinge will drop all the way open and likely reveal the REAL removal screws on the back or upper section where you couldn't see it without the front hinge allowing it to open forward toward passenger seat. That's w.o YouTube or your car's specifics but it should work for most. You'll find lots of cool AC.Heat related wiring, harnesses, etc.if that ever comes up of is why you're trying to remove.
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