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BMW Glove Box Parts

BMW has always put their commitment to quality and advanced engineering at the forefront of their vehicles, which has raised them up in the auto industry to being one of the German big three. Their standards for quality have been noticed in their products, as well, especially their glove box parts. Getting into your BMW’s jammed glove box can either be a simple fix or a frustrating aspect to your life. There may be a lot of solutions to try in this situation. The first thing you should try when your BMW’s glove box is jammed up it to try the key for the glove box again, even if it is for the third or fourth time. Wiggle it or slide the key a little out and in again. At times, keys are not cut precisely or are too worn out to undo the mechanism with ease. Make sure to also examine to make sure that you have the right key. You can also bang the glove box hard a few of times. It could just be jammed and needs some force to get open. If you have questions about BMW’s glove box parts or components, the FCP Euro team and website are always close by and ready to help.

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When your BMW’s glove box is jammed, you can also spray WD-40 into the latch. Sometimes it is just stuck and needs some lubricant. You can then repeat the previous steps if you need to. Try sliding a credit card along the slot of your BMW’s lock if you can get to it it. This is an old trick, but many door locks can be picked with a card just by gliding it under the lock. Take note, most glove boxes are secured and latched in such a way that this probably is not an option. Try picking the lock with a safety pick and tumbler wrench. This may take some practice. Try rotating the lock both clockwise and counterclockwise. Keep pressure on the lock and insert the paperclip, then wiggle it around. It may be possible to take off the whole glove box. Look for exposed hinges or screws. Even though it is not likely that any of the hardware securing the glove box will be exposed, if it is, removal may be one of the best and least costly solutions. Just remember how to reinstall it, and keep all the small parts in one place. If none of these procedures work, head for the nearest locksmith or auto garage, where someone might have a way to get in without making you pay for it. If lack of time is a factor, then a locksmith may be your best bet. FCP Euro's efficient and accomplished call center specialists are always reachable and ready to answer any questions you have. If you are not sure about which glove box part or component is needed for your BMW, FCP has an enormous line up for the BMW brand. Check out the FCP Euro website for all parts, as well as our updated inventory. If you have questions, would like to put in a phone order, or just have feedback, do not waver in giving FCP Euro a call at 877-634-0063 to connect with our service friendly team.

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