The Mazda 3 is Mazda's high-performance, compact sedan. It comes in a four-door model and a five-door hatchback. Both models get over 20 miles per gallon of gas. Owners can perform much of the maintenance. To perform several of the self-maintenance operations, such as replacing the air filter or a light bulb, you first have to remove the vehicle's glove box. Removing the glove box may seem like a daunting task, but you can do it in just a few steps.
Lift the glove box hatch and pull it toward you.
Remove the two screws located at the top, centre of the glove box.
Unclip the eight clips around the outside of the glove box.
Slide the tab located toward the outer edge of the glove box.
Pull the decoration panel off. Start in the middle and work your way toward the driver's side of the vehicle.
Pull out the glove box. Be sure the light socket does not become entangled in the box.