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Center Glove Box - fix needed

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Hey folks - a question from a newb. I just bought a '99 Boxster and the center glove box is locked shut and the key cylinder mechanism is missing. Locked tight with a hole where the lock should be.

Any suggestions on the fix?

Info on the car:

1999 Boxster

Silver with Silver hardtop

71K miles - service book stamped up to the 60K service interval - done at 68K miles

Small hole in front bumper behind license plate

Small nick on right rear fender

Some loose heat shields that make a minor rattle

Perfect interior - mint

Litronic headlights

Power memory seats

Checked out by a Independant Porsche shop I've used for 20 years - no issues at all - needs front brakes in about 5K miles

$11,500 with a 60 day warranty

What do ya think - sweet deal? What should I be looking for during this warranty period?

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  • 2 months later...
That was easy. Used an allen wrench to release the latch and then removed the latch pin on the glove box cover so it cannot lock.


fyi - your alarm might be effected too ? i.e. it probably beeps everytime you activate it ? if so, its telling you theres something up with the center glovebox lock

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