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Old 11-19-2006, 02:30 PM   #11
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Yeah, the Buicks are different than the Pontiacs. So the part number might be different too?
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Probably so. I'm really surprised; I thought they would be the same because they are so similar in other ways.
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Old 11-19-2006, 07:17 PM   #13
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I've had the door panels off what seems like about a thousand times, and it'* just as motorhead and markwb describe. As Mark mentioned, it'* called a 360 ciip but I have not been able to find a part number for it, yet.
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Ok thanks guys. I'll ask about the 360 clips tomorrow when I stop in at the dealership.

On the wires, I think I'm just going to cut them and install a 2 wire plug so I can get these things repaired already. I'm going through boost withdrawal! LMAO. I think these wires have to be for an addon alarm. I'll drop the hush panel next time I'm workin' on it to look for the control box.
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Ok, so this is a day past 'tomorrow', but I have called around to all of the dealerships and stopped in at the 2 that seemed like they knew the most they both told me that they were not purchasable items and that they didn't even have a PN on them... When I asked them about '360 clips' they looked at me like I had 4 heads... The body shop guy at one of the dealerships knew what they were, but didn't have any of them, but he seemed to think they came with the door panel. Screw buying a whole interior trim panel!!!

I think I'm going to open up the passenger door and pull one of these clips out of there (if they are still there) and put it in the driver'* door. At least then there will be something.

If anyone knows what the PN is for these '360 clips', please help... Also, if anyone is going to a junkyard that has some 2k+ Bonnies, would you mind taking a look for me???

*EDIT* - Well, I think I found what I'm looking for on GMPartsDirect.com, but I still do not trust it... The image showing the exploded parts view still shows something that doesn't look right... The PN for the front is 25716663 and for the rear is 25669950. Can someone please confirm this?
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When pulling Toasty'* door panels.. The metal part was on the panel and they slid onto that plastic piece pictured. Pain in the butt to do it right..but that'* the idea. I don't think you are missing anything.

Honestly I believe Mac may have misled you because his car is different.
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Trust me, they aren't there. Comparing the pictures from the how-to posted by Woody_02SilverSE, where his clips are still attached to the trim panel, mine just have empty slots...

Here'* a pic from the how-to showing where they should be if they were there:
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On mine, they are just gone...

Oh and when I plugged in the clip for the front into GMPD.com to see what it costs, it came up with an updated PN of 15225228 and surprisingly enough, when I plug in the PN for the rear clip, it tells me it doesn't exist.
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Eeek, yup..you need the metal clips.
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Honestly I believe Mac may have misled you because his car is different.
Nope! Those clips in the pic look EXACTLY like mine.
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Well... The updated PN is legit, but the dealership computers only show it as an 04-05 replacement. One thing I don't know is if it uses the plastic or if it actually gets bolted in like all of the exploded views show... For the '00-'03 cars, NOTHING is listed in that position...
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