|08-08-2010 05:04 PM|
Thanks all. I did see the screws finaly after running my hand behind the glove box. I am changing the color of my interior and thought it would be neater if I removed the glove box to paint.
I decided to leave it in place and tape up every thing and paint it and the dash board. This was my project for Saturday. I painted everything black and it came out very nice. No more ulgy tan interior. I used Krylon spray paint for plastic. Very nice paint for this application.
I think that I will paint my fender flares with it next Saturday.
Thanks again to all.
|08-08-2010 12:19 AM|
|yjeric||just pulled my glove box on my 90 today. It had me stumped for a little intill i reached up behind it and felt the screws (two on each side) holding it. Used a stubby phillips and was able to remove them. You can't remove the dash pad before removeing the glove box because there's a couple of dash pads screws behind the glove box|
|08-06-2010 11:24 PM|
|FNjeep||Sorry 45 ACP, that thing is a pain in the rear, just like mike_b_ar is trying to delicately point out.|
|08-06-2010 11:06 PM|
|mike_b_ar||There are 4 bolts holding it in from behind. You'll have to pull back the metal dash (which means you have to remove the dash pad) in order to access them.|
|08-06-2010 02:07 PM|
1991 Wrangler Glove box
Does anyone know how to remove the glove box from a 1991 Wrangler. It looks like I have all the screws and bolts out but, somthing is still holding it in place. Help!