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Old 09-21-2006, 10:38 PM   #1
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how do i remove the glove box?

i am painting my interior black and could not find out how to remove my glove box.. please help
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Old 09-22-2006, 01:47 AM   #2
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hey bio i had it close but i diddnt find out so i had quit had short patients at time next time i am at home i wil try to find out
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Old 09-22-2006, 02:09 AM   #3
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there is a little rope thing with a clip, take the clip off the rope, and there should be like a hinge, i will look tommorow, i have done it before, but it was a while ago, i had to sun some wires behind it... i will post agin
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Old 09-22-2006, 07:01 AM   #4
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ya i saw the rope but mine is like stuck i couldnt slide it over to remove, but then i also have to unhinge it somehow
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pg 3-21 in the owners manual says: Tilt glove box down by squeezing on each side until door can be lowered from it's track. Lower the glove box door.... I guess that's where the cabin air filter is.... hope this helps !
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hmm i need it fully out to paint
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well, if you figure it out and remove the dash... let me know how to remove the air vents...
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well, if you figure it out and remove the dash... let me know how to remove the air vents...
thats easy as hell just unbolt the dash and remove..... ive already done that...... remove your trim, then the a-pillars, then the top part of your dash is 2 pieces.... pull up on the part up against the windshield, there is like 15 clips holding it in, then unbolt the like 15-20 screws holding the main top dash in... and pull it out
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ive tried my self that string is on there tight but it looks like it will come i never got it off though
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ugh this is frustrating
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wonder if donna from c/a could find out and enlighten us ? cause im wanting to know this also
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i asked her earlier today, no responce yet, good idea on asking her
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pg 3-21 in the owners manual says: Tilt glove box down by squeezing on each side until door can be lowered from it's track. Lower the glove box door.... I guess that's where the cabin air filter is.... hope this helps !
Do this and then you have to pry the glove box away from the hinges. Don't break the plastic hinges on the box though. Once you get one off, the others come off easy. I have had mine off a bunch of times fixing rattles.

It's easy... just keep at it.
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thanks..... how do you get the string off, im guessing u pull it into that groove but mine wont budge
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we pretty much dismantled the entire dash so that it could be painted...so if that all you are going to do i would probably use the same technique as stated ^^^^
alli can say it be careful because a new one through GM is pretty expensive.
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thanks..... how do you get the string off, im guessing u pull it into that groove but mine wont budge
Just pop the circle thing that is attached to the string piece through the hole in the glove box. then it is really easy to get in again.
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pg 3-21 in the owners manual says: Tilt glove box down by squeezing on each side until door can be lowered from it's track. Lower the glove box door.... I guess that's where the cabin air filter is.... hope this helps !
What version manual do you have? My manual doesn't cover the cabin air filter ANYWHERE.
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Something like this always works.
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we pretty much dismantled the entire dash so that it could be painted...so if that all you are going to do i would probably use the same technique as stated ^^^^
alli can say it be careful because a new one through GM is pretty expensive.
Not really. It is $195 list price from GM. I manage a collision center and we put dashes in fairly often. That's pretty cheap compared to most.
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Not really. It is $195 list price from GM. I manage a collision center and we put dashes in fairly often. That's pretty cheap compared to most.
dude everytime i read you posts it always says "I MANAGE A COLLISION CENTER dude no one gives half a ****, its getting old
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