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:grrrrrr: Some A-holes broke the small 1/4 glass in the second row of my Suburban to get entry into my rig.

They rifled thru a bunch of stuff, broke some trim around the stereo, but left without anything that I can tell.

I believe the glovebox and center console can lock, but mine doesn't. Perhaps wrong key for the glovebox, but the center console mechanism doesn't work.

Any idea how difficult it would be to fix, or can I get a new lock from the dealership with the same lock as my current door key?
 

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Sorry for the troubles man. I hate theives, go get a job guys. What year suburban? Earlier years had a different key for the glovebox and the rear-gate-glass as well.
 

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What year Suburban? In our 2001 Suburban, the key that locks the center console is a small brass key marked "CONSOLE"and is different from the door key.
 

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It's a 1991 GMC.

Looking thru the stuff, I think the only thing that might have been taken, is a small cup of Chuck E Cheese tokens that I kept in the console for my kids.

There's a special place in hell for these thieves.
 
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