I dont know what you mean by broken but if the handle i broken off and there is just a space where the handle would go, you can definitely open that, mine is like that.
First you put your finger inside the space and you will be able to feel 2 pins or something, one will be facing right and one left, they have a gap between them. You press them both at the same time and it will open.
Hope that helps
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The handle pin is broken so you just have to pull on the plastic handle down to take it out. You will see a spring on the box. Just push down on the spring and it will open the glove box.
When you cannot open the glove box of your 1999 Pontiac Montana with the key you may have a broken key lock. You can change these locks out with aftermarket key locks which are available.
Hard to open a glove box that doesn't exist. because the mk3 jetta doesn't come with a glove box.
Remove the three Philips screws along the top and the two on the bottom corners and remove the entire glove box. You can then work on the latch from the back of the latch and easily open the glove compartment by gently prying off the corners of the glove box from the locking pins.
If the glove box will not stay shut, look at the lock mechanism, the hinge and the latch. If either of these is bent, broken or loose, replace it. These are the most common causes.
All you have to do is, When the glove box is open just open it again when it's closed. hope this helps.
When you open the glove box look for the strap on the right side of it. Slide it out of the slot on the glove box. Be sure to hang on to the glove box, because it will now drop open. Open the box far enough to allow the hinges to slide out from the dash, and remove it. Once you do it, it's no problem.
You can open the Honda Accord jammed glove box by gently prying on the glove box door with a flat head screwdriver. Pry on the door just above the latch.
Open the glove box door and remove a cover on the left side to access.Open the glove box door and remove a cover on the left side to access.
The fuse box is behind the glove box (jockey box). Open the glove box and take it out by releasing strap on the right side. Pull glove box out and there is yours fuse box
To the left of the OPEN glove box
If it is in the same place as 2007 then it is behind the lower glove box. Just open glove box disconnect the side supports so the glove box will open way down.
I just removed the glove box from my '05 Sienna by pushing in on the sides of the glove box while the box was open until the bumpers on either side were free to slide forward through the opening for the glove box and then lifted up on the glove box to get it off the hinges.
Assuming it's the same as a 94 C1500, Open the glove-box, remove the screws across the top and bottom, remove the cables that support the glove-box door, remove the glove box door, remove the glove box compartment. I have a 95 K1500, you just have to squeeze the top of the glove box, clear the mount and then remove the plastic strap on the left side, and then open the glove box fully it just fall down, no need to unscrew anything.
The 2000 Boxter does not have a glove box.
open glove box ,you should see fuse box behind the glove box once open........Type your answer here...
You can use a screw driver to help pull open a stuck glove box. Once it is open spray the hinges with a degreaser to help prevent it from sticking again.
Open the glove box and look behind the glove box on the inside. it's there.
It's behind the glove box. Open the glove box and remove the strap on the right side, the box will fall right out.
Open the glove box, it is behind it.
The Citroen C3 Diagnostic Socket may be found in the glove box fuse box. Open the glove box; there is a fuse box cover. Open the cover to access the diagnostics socket.
I believe on the '96's you open the glove box and remove the screws on the top edge
The computer is in the dashboard on the passenger side. Open the glove box, remove the screws around the perimeter and lift the glove box out. The computer is just to the right of the old glove box.