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Charger Glovebox #3221870
03/21/24 11:06 AM
03/21/24 11:06 AM
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On the open road
Hrtbkr Offline OP
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Hi
I'm helping a friend with his '70 Dodge Charger (with A/C).
Looking for some advice for removing the glovebox.
Hoping it somehow comes out through the front...
Thanks


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Re: Charger Glovebox [Re: Hrtbkr] #3221897
03/21/24 12:56 PM
03/21/24 12:56 PM
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If you are trying to save the glovebox liner....it comes out from the back side. I am not aware of a way to pull it through the opening. On an a/c car it's quite a job to get out.


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Re: Charger Glovebox [Re: 70gtx440dana] #3221912
03/21/24 02:14 PM
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It's a pain - they were installed from the backside, and that's the method for R&R.
Memory says remove defroster hoses, push glovebox back & above heater case, wrestle out the bottom.
That's an old memory, though, may be OK with hoses attached.
But I can't recall doing that job on an AC car.







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