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Q: How do I open the glove boxes?

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How do I open the glove boxes?

Your vehicle has two glove boxes. an upper glove box, and a lower glove box. Both are located on the instrument panel, in front of the passenger seat, and each has a handle. To open the upper glove box, push the handle up, and open the box upwards. To open the lower glove box, pull the handle out, and open the box downwards.

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