"Screw" rolling around somewhere around the glove box...

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I realize this is a long shot... but here goes. I picked up my Moab yesterday and it's GREAT. The only complaint I have is that it sounds like I've got a screw (or something) rolling around somewhere in the vicinity of the glove box. I popped the glove box out but can't find anything. Any idea where it could be hiding? It's clearly in a tight area as it sounds like it doesn't roll far... maybe only an inch or so. Also... what is that "access panel" between the automatic shifter and the lower part of the dash? Does that just pop off? (I wanted to peek in there too). Thanks for your help!

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I realize this is a long shot... but here goes. I picked up my Moab yesterday and it's GREAT. The only complaint I have is that it sounds like I've got a screw (or something) rolling around somewhere in the vicinity of the glove box. I popped the glove box out but can't find anything. Any idea where it could be hiding? It's clearly in a tight area as it sounds like it doesn't roll far... maybe only an inch or so. Also... what is that "access panel" between the automatic shifter and the lower part of the dash? Does that just pop off? (I wanted to peek in there too). Thanks for your help!

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I can’t help with the loose screw, but the access panel is covering your manual park override if you have the automatic.
 
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The screw sounds like it's somewhere in the vicinity of the star connectors that sit right behind the base of the glove box. I'd like to pull those off... but the bolts don't seem to budge. Do I just need to keep cranking to break them loose or is there a trick to removing them?
 

                           






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