Removing the glovebox?

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Removing the glovebox?

Post by BALDYMONSTER » 19/06/17 0:35

I'm sure this isn't that hard to do, but before I go breaking bits of plastic, stripping and losing screws can anyone advise?
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Re: Removing the glovebox?

Post by ga2davt » 19/06/17 13:38

Chris,
It's easy ..take a look under there. There are no screws holding it in, but it clicks in. I took mine out as the last owner left boiled sweets in there that had turned to mush...

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Re: Removing the glovebox?

Post by BALDYMONSTER » 19/06/17 21:56

Excellent, hope there aren't any old sweets, biscuits or chocolate in mine.

I won't be able to help myself....:)
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Re: Removing the glovebox?

Post by BALDYMONSTER » 24/06/17 17:32

Removed it yesterday

4 screws holding it in place. 2 either end at the top and 2 at either end at the bottom.
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