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How to Remove Upper Glove Box 14-19 Chevy Silverado

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  1. step : Removing the Upper Glove Box (0:06)
    • Open the lower glove box
    • Remove the two T15 screws at the top of the lower glove box
    • Remove the two T15 screws at the bottom of the lower glove box
    • Open the upper glove box
    • Pull the lower glove box straight out to free it from the locking clips
    • Remove the two T15 screws from the top of the upper glove box
    • Pull the upper glove box straight out to free it from the locking clips
  2. step : Installing the Upper Glove Box (1:47)
    • Install the upper glove box at the top first, and then push in to lock in the locking clips
    • Replace the two T15 screws at the top of the upper glove box
    • Install the lower glove box with it closed by pressing it in to lock the locking clips
    • Replace the two T15 screws at the top of the lower glove box
    • Replace the two T15 screws at the bottom of the lower glove box

What's up guys? I'm Andy from 1A Auto. In this video, I'm going to show you how to replace the upper glove box on this 2015 Chevy Silverado. If you need parts for your vehicle, click the link under the description and head over to 1aauto.com.

Open this glove box. I'm going to take a T15, and there's a screw here, a screw here, and there's two underneath here: one there and then also one there. Take all four of those out. I'll use the T15 extension and a ratchet. Take that last screw out. With all four of those screws out, I'm going to open this upper glove box, grab right here and underneath, and pull it straight back. There's some clips that hold it in--there and there.

Take these two screws out. I'm going to use this T15 socket, extension and ratchet. Take those out. Then I can grab the box. Just grab the cover and pull. Slide it out. And there it is. There's two pins on the backside--right there and right there.

With this cover closed, I'm going to slide this up in here first--line it up and lock it in place. We can open it up. We can get those two screws started. Just snug that up--same with this one. That's good.

Take the glove box. With it closed just line it up. There is some alignment pins right up top, get those into position. Lock it in place. We can open this up. Now I'll get these two screws started up top and then I'll then get the two bottom screws started as well.

It takes a T15 extension and a ratchet and we'll tighten these up, just snug, it is plastic so... All right, snug that last one up. And we can close that up.

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Tools needed for replacement:

    Ratchets & Related

  • Socket Extensions
  • Ratchet

  • Star Drivers & Sockets

  • T15 Torx Driver


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