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Old 03-01-2004, 06:45 PM   #1
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Default Anyone with a parts catalog....can ya help me :-)

OK I did something stupid today.

In replacing my two front door panel speakers I broke a trim piece!




So now my door panel is trimless up top.....




And this is what I need (picture taken from the passenger side)




So I need the part # for the black trim piece that goes between the door panel and the window gasket as shown. This would be for the front drivers side door. Car is a '96 SE.

I pray this thing comes as a seperate part....

(And is this thing commonly broken?)

Thanks for all the help!

--Chris

P.*. Any chance you would also have a part number for the two clips that attach the A-Pillar trim to the A-Pillar frame? I broke one of those today too! (I am installing a dimming rear-view mirror with compass and needed to run wiring down the A-Pillar)[/img]
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Weather strip, Inner belt, Left side 25658018

According to the drawing, that appears to be the part.

The A pillar clips aren't listed by themselves, but if you go to the local dealer bodyshop chances are they will have a bin full of em--they gave me half a dozen interior clips for free when I asked about em

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Thanks Jim! I just want to make sure you are not talking about the felt gasket that is right up against the window. This plastic trim piece I am looking for goes right between the door panel and the felt window gasket.

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Looks like Merlin is looking for the exact same part I am....I just bumped his post back up to the top.

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ic.php?t=12489
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I am officially a idiot!

I never bothered looking at the broken part, thinking there wouldn't be a part # there. Where sure enough there IS!

17994165

(whipes forhead from sweat)

WHEW! I don't have any boneyards around here and I sure as heck didn't want to order a whole door panel.

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Oh and if anyone has the part # for the A Pillar clips that'd still be cool
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FYI, for archive purposes, the front passenger door trim part # is 17994164
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