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Old 07-11-2004, 10:55 AM   #1
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Default Can anyone tell me how to remove the glove compartment...

from a 1998 Accord Coupe? I don't know much about these cars, but I'd assume the dash is similar to the same generation sedan.

Anyone run a large power cable from the battery to amps in the trunk? I'm trying to get through the firewall with a 4ga cable and seem to have found a hole that's not in use. I pulled the plug from the hole and can't seem to find where the hole comes out on the interior side.

I'm trying to remove the glove compartment to see if it will help me find the hole on the interior side, but removing the 4 obvious screws doesn't seem to be enough to remove the glove compartment.

thanks in advance...

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2 screws on latch,2 onder the black covers on each side,then take off the lower panel and you will see 4 more to take out,pull it up and out
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Thanks!

I'll give it a try later on this evening... it's just too damn hot (94) and humid (44%) right now. I'm not sure I believe those numbers... Click the image to open in full size.
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