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Under the glove box?

What is that handle under the glove box?
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Old 07-30-2014, 01:44 PM
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Re: Under the glove box?

can you post a pic please?

not sure I understand the question
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Old 07-30-2014, 02:16 PM
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Re: Under the glove box?

Here it is. Wow now that I see it and not just feel it,it looks like the heater vent. I was installing LEDS and felt this plastic thing up there and never look...lol
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Re: Under the glove box?

Yup...boy do I feel tupid... I was thinking it was the access to the cabin filters. So now that I have your attention. Where is the cabin filters in a 2012 Overland?
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Re: Under the glove box?

I am sure you can find all the info looking through the owner manual

or going to this site. WK2Jeeps.com - 2011-2016 Jeep Grand Cherokee.

But here is your aswer, you know that same owners manual I just mentioned, The shelf that the owners manual rests on is removable.

when you pull out the shelf that is where the cabin are filter is.

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I am sure you can find all the info looking through the owner manual

or going to this site. WK2Jeeps.com - 2011-2016 Jeep Grand Cherokee.

But here is your aswer, you know that same owners manual I just mentioned, The shelf that the owners manual rests on is removable.

when you pull out the shelf that is where the cabin are filter is.

Hope that helps.
Just replaced mine (each year after the pollen stops flying!).
Took all of 5 minutes (if that).

I buy the TYC filters off of Amazon (look for the Durango if they don't list the Grand Cherokee, they are the same).

$10 versus $30 from the dealer.
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Just replaced mine (each year after the pollen stops flying!).
Took all of 5 minutes (if that).

I buy the TYC filters off of Amazon (look for the Durango if they don't list the Grand Cherokee, they are the same).

$10 versus $30 from the dealer.
The FRAM carbon activated ones from Amazon also are very nice, if a tad more pricey.
Not at all hard to replace as long as you hang a fly-tying clip or roach clip off the little cable thingy to keep it from heading into the innards.
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Re: Under the glove box?

looked at the clove box but still can't find where the clips are for the box
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looked at the clove box but still can't find where the clips are for the box
2 hook/claw type at extreme lower bottom back of door...look under to eyeball first as u have to firmly pull up toward passenger seat at about 45 deg angle with door open then finagle fingers into outer left side of tray to release the hydraulic string thingy then cock whole door to get it out of its two side clips.
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2 hook/claw type at extreme lower bottom back of door...look under to eyeball first as u have to firmly pull up toward passenger seat at about 45 deg angle with door open then finagle fingers into outer left side of tray to release the hydraulic string thingy then cock whole door to get it out of its two side clips.
Thars a video on YouTube that is reasonably good.
Careful with that string thingy. A spring loaded spring clip thru it will keep it from getting in where you'll need to fish it out to re-attach.
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[QUOTE="lstowell;1060550".,.Careful with that string thingy. A spring loaded spring clip thru it will keep it from getting in where you'll need to fish it out to re-attach.[/QUOTE]

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Reasonably good is not good enough. Someone must know exactly what to do?
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