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Default Interior Door Panel Courtesy Light sockets

I am in desparate need of one LEFT and one RIGHT side interior door panel white light sockets. They are the ones that are long and rectangular and sit just below the armrests on the door panels. All of my lenses are good, but two of them will not stay in place. They continuously fall off after closing the doors. I really hate that!

I need one left and one right side if anyone has them for sale. Maybe I have something you need for your Bonneville? I have a lot of nice spare parts from 1998'* and 1999'*. Or, I will simply buy them from you.

*Also looking for some nice condition trunk arm bumpers for the trunk lid hinges. They are the black rubber U-shaped bumpers that sit on top of each trunk hinge arm. Mine are crushed from the trunk lid opening too far or fast. Need a new or GOOD used pair of those too..

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