As the original poster I would like to say thank you to the answerer who responded in a variation of this question. @8^) If you look under the plastic lever you will see a copper colored bar that runs parallel to the handle insert a small flat bladed screwdriver and gently push the bar towards the dash when you do that the door will open. There are two Phillips screws holding the latch mechanism the best way to unscrew them is to either use a stubby screwdriver or a 1/4" ratchet with a socket to fit a screwdriver bit. The new part can be ordered for about fifteen dollars at the local dealer.
Behind the glove compartment. open the glove compartment push inward on the sides of the compartment, this will allow you to remove the glove compartment. Then remove the instrument panel. Then you can replace the cabin air filter. The shop I went to, wanted me to replace it for almost $80, but i went to a part store and the nice brand was only $35. It was easy to replace!
the replacement filter is behind the glove compartment, you can access it by pulling down the glove compartment,
underneath the glove compartment
2008 lacrosse glove box
In the glove compartment. It is actually a little T handle in the glove compartment which when pulled releases the hood and a secondary release is under the hood that also has to be released.
It Located behind the glove compartment. Just squeeze the sides of the glove compartment and it will release and hang down. simply open the cabin filter compartment and change filters.
in the glove compartment, You cant see it unless you bend down and look up towards the top of the glove compartment on the right side. It's a pull handle.
If you have a 2004-2006 (other years may also be the same), the cabin air filter sits behind the glove compartment in your vehicle. To access the cabin air filter, open the glove compartment as you would normally. On the left side of the compartment, you will see a knob with a retractable string that attaches to the glove compartment (this controls how fast the glove compartment falls when you open it). While gently pushing up on the glove compartment, turn the knob attachment clockwise slightly and then away from the glove compartment to release it. Then push in on both ends of the glove compartment to release the catch triggers that lock the glove compartment movement downward. At this point, the glove compartment will be completely free, so make sure to keep your hand underneath it so it does not completely fall out. You do not need to completely remove the glove compartment, you only need it to be released from the vehicle's dash. Inside the newly exposed area behind the glove compartment, you will see a white filter housing panel. Push in the two clips to release the filter housing. Replace the filter with a suitable replacement, making sure to maintain the position of the filter (filters will not work correctly if they are not in the right position). Place the filter housing panel back into the vehicle. Make sure it is locked in with the two clips. Reverse the steps above to replace the glove compartment. NOTE: You may find it easier to attach the control level (the retractable string) to the glove compartment before locking in the two catch triggers on either side of the glove compartment.
You can find behind the glove compartment. If you want to replace it, most likely you have remove the glove box.
its over the glove compartment box. take out screws surrounding the glove compartment. put your arm up and around it and you will feel the flashers. then replace screws
remove the glove compartment you'll see it.
Not sure this is the approved manner but this is how I perform the change. First remove the glove compartment. This involves removing 4 screws from inside the glove compartment. Next remove the lower trim piece ( below the glove compartment), this involves removing the fuse cover and then removing 2 screws. This trim piece should then pull out with a little light pulling. Once this is out remove 3 screws holding the glove compartment in place. Remove the glove compartment. There is a metal trim piece that held the glove compartment in that you remove with a couple of screws. Then remove the filter cover (it snaps right off). Remove and replace the filters. Reverse the procedure to finish.
In my 2003 Boxster S, the handle lifts up. The console pushes in.
The "glove compartment" would be that tiny storage space between the driver and passanger seats. There isn't a regular glove compartment.
you can't you have to get some professional person to come out and it will cost around £289
Open the glove compartment. There is a fuse box in the back.
I have a 2003 (may be the same for your 2006) and the cabin filter is behind the glove compartment. I had to remove the glove compartment and then I could get to the cabin filter to replace it. Kind of hard to get to, but I was able to do it myself.
take of glove compartment then you see the cabin filter
under the glove box ,there is a compartment which houses the 2 filters
Open the glove compartment. If your glove compartment door is held by a small plastic arm, push the arm off its post. Squeeze both sides of the glove compartment door while gently pulling down. The door will come off. Look into the space revealed behind the glove compartment. You will see a plastic rectangular drawer, approximately 8" wide and 1" high. It may have release tabs on both sides. Press tabs, and remove by pulling straight out. The paper filter element can be lifted from the drawer. Replace with a clean element, noting the direction arrows on the filter element. Replace in reverse order, and rehang the glove compartment.
The light for the glove compartment on a 2001 4Runner is in the unit itself. When the glove box is opened the light will turn on.
The inside of the glove compartment would not go through the firewall to the engine area. It might have slipped up into the dashboard if it isn't on the floor.
open your glove compartment empty contents then pull down compartment, fuses and fuse board are behind glove compartment.
you have to access the blower through the glove compartment. open the compartment and press the tabs on the sides in the back of the compartment. look inside and the bottom right and you will see the blower motor, remove the three screws and the wire harness, replace impeller and replace motor.