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Old 02-11-2003, 02:42 AM   #1
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hi folks,
i am trying to find where i can purschase the plastic connectors that hold the
lower outside panel to the front door drivers side.i own a 93 bonnie se,about 170k,
still runs great love it.if you had a part number that would be great for shopping.
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The round white plastic snaps, about 1" in diameter? I'll have to check my magic book at home.....in a couple hours.
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hi folks,
i am trying to find where i can purschase the plastic connectors that hold the
lower outside panel to the front door drivers side
.i own a 93 bonnie se,about 170k,
still runs great love it.if you had a part number that would be great for shopping.
thankz
Best advice! Go to an Auto Body shop with a Sample! Cheaper than the Dealer!
But if you are looking for them at a Dealer then try this:
Rocker Panel Retainer (Square) P/N: 25554845
*/D Lower Molding Retainer (Thin) P/N: 25603592
or */D Lower Molding Retainer (rectangular @ leading edge) P/N: 25600989


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The round white plastic snaps, about 1" in diameter? I'll have to check my magic book at home.....in a couple hours.
That'* the INSIDE Panel Retainers!
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hi folks,
i am trying to find where i can purschase the plastic connectors that hold the
lower outside panel to the front door drivers side.i own a 93 bonnie se,about 170k,
still runs great love it.if you had a part number that would be great for shopping.
thankz
Deathrat is right. A body shop is going to be your best option. I've seen these outside panels come loose (but only once) and it snapped right back on after the owner cleaned up the crud between the panels and in the snaps.

Rat, which one of those p/n'* is the round snap? The round ones are the retainers that hold the bottom of the lower panel on the SSE and SSEi.
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