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Driver glove box removal
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Can anyone tell me how to remove the driver glove box, the one in the top of the dash behind the steering wheel? 

I've undone the screw in the bottom of the box, the 2 in the top lip when you pull the clock surround forward and the one which fastens the dials in place but it wont budge and i cannot see any other fasteners.

I want to remove it so that I can put a USB cable in there.

Thanks in advance for the help.

It's a 2010 Berlingo MPV if it makes a difference.
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With mine I was able to pull the little plastic section in the bottom rear of the box out and shove the cable though then jam the section back in. Don't think I undid any screws.
The plastic bit was only held in with 4 clips but you need a flat bladed screwdriver to pry them while you tug on it.
16 Plate Berlingo Multispace XTR
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Thanks for the info. I the end I drilled a hole in the side without removing and could get my hand through from the hole for the radio.

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