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Something fell behind the door & won't let it close. How do I remove the glove box on a 2018 Edge?

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I hope this video helps.

 

 

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OP has a 2018 model, see the below linked video. Hopefully opening the glove box this much is sufficient to get what fell behind.

 

 

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This was the answer I needed. Thnks for your help!

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How do you remove the complete glove box to replace blower motor?

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It would help if you posted the year and model in your question (different years have different procedures).

 

That said, are you certain you need to remove the glove box? On the later MY the glove box swings down far enough to remove the blower.

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I need to completely remove the glove box in my 2016 Sport to get to the blower but can't find any description or video.   Can anyone help?

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Document download links...

Blower Motor - Removal and Installation - 2016 Edge Workshop Manual.pdf

Blower Motor Speed Control - Removal and Installation - 2016 Edge Workshop Manual.pdf

 

Blower Motor Removal

  1. Remove the push pins and the RH insulation panel. Disconnect the electrical connector.
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  1. Disconnect the electrical connector, detach the wiring harness retainer and position aside the harness. Remove the retainers and the blower motor.
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Installation

  1. To install, reverse the removal procedure.

 

Good luck!

 

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Thanks much!!!   

 

Looks like I don't need to remove the glove box to get the blower motor out after all.  Unless I'm mistaken, the blower drops straight down into the footwell after removing the lower panel and disconnecting the electrical connectors and retaining clips.  

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After you get it out, put a couple drops of lubricant in the motor bearing area. These motor bearings have a habit of drying out.

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