Honestly I started down this road, but just went to Ebay for a 20 dollar used glove box of the same color. It was much easier. I broke my latch off completely being in a hurry once and slamming the glove box shut. The latch itself is two opposing spring loaded rods. When you move the latch, it slides two half triangle pieces, one from each latch, together. When they form a triangle, the box will open. It took maybe a week, but I found a used in good shape replacement online. The glove box itself has three plastic c shaped hinges that fit on a rod at the bottom. Two face the floor mat, the center one faces opposite. So you just have to pop one at a time off in sequence and the glove box slips off. But first, you have to make sure the glove box is laying completely down. To do this, with the box open, reach your hand towards the dash side of the box. There are two rubber stoppers, in rails, that stop the glove box from opening out too far. You just slide those stoppers down and it will allow the box to open out much more. To put the new one on, is just a reverse. Get the three c clamps onto the hinge. Then I put the stoppers on the rails first, you can push the glove box past the stoppers on the way up fairly easily.
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