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Q: Broken glove compartment.

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The glove compartment is broke.

A: The problem you are having is not a common ...

The problem you are having is not a common problem and the actual part that broke would need to be known. Is the latch broken or is one of the hinges broken? My recommendation is to have a technician check it out and see what is broken and why it broke.

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