2001 Vw Jetta Glove Box Repair Manual
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These will work for: 1999.5-2005 Golf all models 1999.5-2005 Jetta all models 1998 - 2010 New Beetle If your glove box is always open because the latch is broken, you will not find a better and more inexpensive solution than my kit. If your glove box is always closed because the latch is jammed or broken, if you open it one more time with tools, and disable the two prongs that secure the door in a closed position, this kit will make your glove box fully functional again. We have 2 different kits, instructions are below for choosing the correct kit. Look at the glove box housing with your door open, if your glove box has rubber bumpers with a torx screw holding it in, buy this kit If you do NOT have rubber bumpers with a torx screw, this is the kit that you will need Thanks! Ok, so the glovebox fix kit works like a charm, and so easy to do a 10 year old can do it with a few of the most common tools in your toolbox.
I would like 10 people to try this kit for A GLOVEBOX THAT WILL NOT STAY SHUT do to a bad latch at the top. I'll send it to you without you sending me a dime, and on the honor system, if you are happy with glovebox's opening and closing action, please pay me $15 for the kit and shipping. I'll become a vendor for this after I get 10 positive feedbacks from you guys.
10 kits for 10 veteran members, who wants one? This involves no cutting, drilling, or modifying your glovebox in any permanent way. Ok, so the glovebox fix kit works like a charm, and so easy to do a 10 year old can do it with a few of the most common tools in your toolbox. I would like 10 people to try this kit for A GLOVEBOX THAT WILL NOT STAY SHUT do to a bad latch at the top. I'll send it to you without you sending me a dime, and on the honor system, if you are happy with glovebox's opening and closing action, please pay me $15 for the kit and shipping. I'll become a vendor for this after I get 10 positive feedbacks from you guys.
10 kits for 10 veteran members, who wants one? This involves no cutting, drilling, or modifying your glovebox in any permanent way. Is it Velcro?
Or something similar? Mf390t Repair Manual. ? The next thing we need is a fix for the armrest! My glove box, shockingly, isn't at all an issue. I'm just super careful with it and I'm 90% sure that the person before me was the same way or never used it for whatever reason.
If my glove box were broken believe me you would be getting a PM from me. My armrest is my problem.
At least the angle adjustment portion works. The compartment was epoxied shut by the previous owner and I have yet to get on eBay and buy a replacement for the entire unit. Looking forward to that video though!
We are looking for a car for my girlfriend and have seem a lot of cars with broken glove boxes. Yeah, I'd pay $15 but my glovebox is broken in a completely different way. Stays shut, but the passenger side plastic piece that is supposed to catch it is broken. And the latch has broken off so I have to reach in with my fingers and press down to open it. I'd love to see a kit to solve these problems too. Newzboys, calm down on oldpoopie, he's a great guy. I'm sure he wasn't trying to sabotage your idea.
Tdiclub members generally like details and data. If you had explained exactly what hardware you were using (strength and type of magnet, for example), perhaps he would have been less likely to point this out.
My glove box latch handle fell off about a month ago. The latching pins had loosened and let the handle fall out.
I couldn't figure out how to push them back into place without replacing the whole glove box door. And after reading the FYI, I knew I didnt want to do that. Today I just fixed it. Took an hour and cost me $2.00 canadian dollars. The problem is that the factory pins are too short to push in when the handle is in place. If they were a bunch longer you could push them in through the spaces between the latch and the glove box door.
I bought 2 feet of 1/8' steel rod stock (from home depot). The original pins are metric and are smaller diameter, so you need to drillout the holes in the handle to 1/8' to take the new pins.
You don't need to drill the pin seats in the glove box door (not that I think its possible anyway); the 1/8' stock is just slightly bigger and can be pushed in with a bit of force (twisting them helps). A tight fit here is really good anyway, since the metric pins came loose by themselves in the first place. I will let you know if it breaks at -40 this winter. In this pic you can see the smaller pins in the middle and the new pins to the left.
I first pushed the original pin in the hole and marked the depth with some tape to match. You can just see the tape mark on the original pin. If you look at the drill bit, you will see some wire insulation I put over it so that the new holes would only be drilled as deep as the old ones. Here you can see the point to all this.
The pins are now long enough to push in from the hole between the handle and the glove box door. You need to insert the pins from the center space where the handle goes, and push the pins outward to positions shown. This picture almost shows the pin end in the slot. I used a pen knife blade to engage the pins.
They only go in a few mm. It also helps to move the handle open and closed slightly while pushing the pin. Oh by the way, since this was experiemental (on may car anyway, I forgot to measure the pins before I put it together. But you can see from the picture what the ball park is. Dont forget that once its together, it aint coming apart, so test fit everything before installing.
Good luck and have fun. Quote, originally posted by logan1.8t » My glove box latch handle fell off about a month ago.