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Old 09-22-2011, 08:28 PM   #1
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Anyone know where I can get replacement AC vents or have a part number? I would like to replace both passenger ones and both rear ones, but can't find replacements anywhere!
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junk yard is your best bet. i highly doubt that anyone stocks them for a car that old. sorry
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That'* what I was afraid of.. Thanks
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Actually... I think I found some. But I'm having trouble deciphering their descriptions and images:

http://www.gm-auto-parts.com/ifrm_browse.php
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I guess to be more precise, it looks like #14 is the passenger vent, but is that the same for both vents on the glove box?

Is #16 the ones on the rear of the armrest?
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Sorry for all of the posts.. looks like that link didn't work. Here'* the diagram:
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#14 is your rear center console vent, it'* the same for either side. #16 is the **** that aims the vent, and the middle slider opens and closes the vent. That diagram does not cover the glove box vents up front.
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Ah I see it now, now to locate the passenger ones. I'll post link if I find them for anyone else. Thanks!
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