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Old 03 Feb 2004, 11:38 pm
Brian Doennebrink
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Hi--

I have a 1985 Accord with a glovebox that no longer opens and closes
correctly. It tends to be partially open, one slams it shut, and then it
invariably pops open. Annoying. It appears that there is/are cloth-like
material that keeps it hanging on. Not having another Accord-my own or
someone else's-to look at, I wonder if I'm missing a part(s) or if I should
opt for outright replacement, and if the latter, where would be the best
place(s) to get a replacement??? Thanks.

Brian

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Old 04 Feb 2004, 04:39 am
Eric
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Brian Doennebrink wrote:
>
> Hi--
>
> I have a 1985 Accord with a glovebox that no longer opens and closes
> correctly. It tends to be partially open, one slams it shut, and then it
> invariably pops open. Annoying. It appears that there is/are cloth-like
> material that keeps it hanging on. Not having another Accord-my own or
> someone else's-to look at, I wonder if I'm missing a part(s) or if I
> should opt for outright replacement, and if the latter, where would be
> the best place(s) to get a replacement??? Thanks.


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Old 04 Feb 2004, 08:28 am
Norman Koller
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Brian Doennebrink wrote:
> Hi--
>
> I have a 1985 Accord with a glovebox that no longer opens and closes
> correctly. It tends to be partially open, one slams it shut, and then it
> invariably pops open. Annoying. It appears that there is/are cloth-like
> material that keeps it hanging on. Not having another Accord-my own or
> someone else's-to look at, I wonder if I'm missing a part(s) or if I should
> opt for outright replacement, and if the latter, where would be the best
> place(s) to get a replacement??? Thanks.
>
> Brian
>

The latch is probably not working or needs adjustment. Check it.

Norm

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