Discussion in 'Interior' started by HotRodPC, Jan 13, 2011.
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Just fixed the loose latch on mine an saved me from buying another one. Thanks a ton!
I bought a new cylinder for my 76 Big Ten from LMC, considering I only live 10 minutes away from them... The cylinder did not come with the tumblers. I have had a hell of a time figuring out how the new cylinder goes in there without the tumblers. I just zip tied the glove box shut lol. If I get pulled over I have cut the zip tie every time to get out my registration... But o do I love having a registered antique, only 17 dollars for property tax in January lol...
Once again, this write up has saved me....
Jep, that's what we do (try to do) here.
That was AWESOME!!!
My '84 C10 latch was not broken, but it was loose and the rattling/buzzing of my glovebox door drove me nuts. I used the procedure from this thread, and I had a silent glovebox door in 5 minutes.
This was pure gold. Poster deserves a man hug.
Just replaced my latch in 15 mins using this tutorial, can't thank you enough
so I got the wrecking yard box apart as per instructions. I would have never figured it out. tomorrow I will take my truck one apart and replace the no good original.
Rant; if Chevy had spent a little more on the plastic box hinge and less on an overly complicated latch assy. we would not have to be going thru this!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I mean who has an 8 sided allen type tool to unscrew that nut????!!!!!!!!
Rod in AZ
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