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Old 08-21-2003, 10:30 PM   #1
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I am in need of some part numbers if possible...

1) I need new trim pieces to go over all the doors. These are the screwed in strips up the A-pillar, across the top, and down the blindspot.



2) The drivers side base for the sun visor.



3) The clips that hold in the front passenger controls.



4) The rubber sealing molding that goes around the doors. Need it for all doors.

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Gordy......that'* a bunch. Shoot me an email, or maybe Don and I can split that up for you. Don, do you have a scanner?
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Well, I just found pages 781 - 798 from the parts manual that was sent to me a while ago. I still can't find these particular parts in there though. Any clues?
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They're in the book. Spread all over. I've looked at all of them myself, and even replaced a couple already. This is gonna take some work, so sit tight.
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gordy GM dealers want 114$ a door to do the weatherstripping...least Goulds Bros up here wants that...they said it has to deal w/ the molding of the interior...say if you arnt busy some saturday we could go hit up some junk yards up north...that royalton place is scrapped for engine parts but has lots of doors and i bet we could find that clip for the visor and maybe some weatherstripping...didnt look for that
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I need to replace one of those metal clips on my passenger side window/lock controls too. I'll let you know when I look up the part number.
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The clip comes with the plate... Expensive.

Part No. 12508227 - passenger side
Part No. 12538849 - driver'* side
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The clip comes with the plate... Expensive.

Part No. 12508227 - passenger side
Part No. 12538849 - driver'* side
Thanks, might just go to a junkyard to see if I can find one then.

Any idea on the trim pieces?
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Well, it would take another trip to the microfilm reader at the library! Maybe someone with access to the database could look it up...
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I just pulled off all those plastic pieces from the a pillar to the loop on the trim around the outside of the door... So i could run my wax under it! hehe....and my chrome piece wasn't situated right with a black one...
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