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Old 09-28-2013, 03:04 PM   #1
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Anyone know where I can get clips for the front door card on a 94 se? All of the clips look the same.
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What is a front door card?
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Do you mean the clips that hold the interior door panel to the door body?

Let me know if you see the part in the diagram below.

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No, I think he'* talking about the business card holder...




Which would be item 43 in the figure above. I found that ^image on ebay, but that part number is for a 97 98 99 Bonneville.
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Sorry, my bad. I've always called it a door card but I guess that'* the European term for it. No, I need the clips that hold the door panel to the door.

Is there a place that sells new replacement interior parts? All of the plastic is so brittle. My center arm rest cap is disintegrating, I have the floor shifter model so even more plastic to break.
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Sorry, my bad. I've always called it a door card but I guess that'* the European term for it. No, I need the clips that hold the door panel to the door.

Is there a place that sells new replacement interior parts? All of the plastic is so brittle. My center arm rest cap is disintegrating, I have the floor shifter model so even more plastic to break.
I deal with car manufacturers in Europe all the time and the company I work for manufactures interior parts, including door trim panels. I have never heard them referred to as door cards. That'* a new one.

Looking at the diagram in the earlier post, are you looking for #23?
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I deal with car manufacturers in Europe all the time and the company I work for manufactures interior parts, including door trim panels. I have never heard them referred to as door cards. That'* a new one.

Looking at the diagram in the earlier post, are you looking for #23?
Yes, #23
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Looking at the diagram in the earlier post, are you looking for #23?
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That was going to be my next guess.
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you guys never watch top gear on BBC or wheeler dealers on velocity? they say door card, and "bonnet" and "boot"
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Can you fnd your clip on this site:

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