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Old 08-08-2006, 10:53 AM   #1
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Can anyone tell me if the cup holder in the link below is the proper on that fits my car? The reason I ask is because mine was broken when I got it and this one doesn't seem to fit back into the center console, unless they're supposed to retract in some way. By the way........with my luck they'll want something like $159.65 in shipping to Canada.


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I edited this post since I read again and noticed that it stats it'* for bench type seats although the cup holder does retract or rather become less wide so that it can retract.
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If you have a center console, no that is not the right one. The one you need only holds one cup and fold in and out of the console. I believe the part number is 25639345, but wait for someone to confirm that. That number is also only for 92-95
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Since no one has confirmed........I guess I'll take your word on it and pass on this one. Thanks for the info 92BonneSE. I just figured the pricing was good.
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Thats what I ordered for my 92. I dont think they changed it until 96. If you want pics of what the cupholder looks like I can get some for you.

Here is a thread I made about it... http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...fy+part+number

According to willren'* post it is 25639345. Its about $25 new from the dealer.
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If you have a center console, no that is not the right one. The one you need only holds one cup and fold in and out of the console. I believe the part number is 25639345, but wait for someone to confirm that. That number is also only for 92-95
I checked the part number you gave me with GM Parts Direct and it shows no picture and the description says "BEZEL" is that correct?
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Yes, it comes with a whole new trim that surrounds the center console, since you cannot replace only the cupholder. Before you order from GMPD, call your local dealer and see how much they want. Sometimes its less since you don't have to pay shipping.
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Yes, it comes with a whole new trim that surrounds the center console, since you cannot replace only the cupholder. Before you order from GMPD, call your local dealer and see how much they want. Sometimes its less since you don't have to pay shipping.
I went to check out how much shipping was since I had the O2 sensor and the cup holder in my wish list and it gave me this message, "We currently only ship to U.*. postal street addresses. We do not ship to international addresses." It sucks to be me!


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I got mine from a dealer for $35.
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