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Old 08-20-2005, 04:23 PM   #1
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those things..... how can i get more?
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What is that thing, and where on the bonny is it located? It looks like some type of plug or something.
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It is a push-in retainer. They are used to hold various different things on. One of them being the cowl cover (between the hood & windsheild).

Your best bet on getting replacements would probably be the dealership. I would imagine that a bag of 10 might cost you like $3-4... Don't quote me on that though.
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try pepboys or autozone...they have boxes of GM panel retainers on the shelves
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hey thanks LowRider...how ya been?? havent talked you in a while



*edit* did a yahoo search... found 2 types

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Two

I assume that 00+ use the first link ones.. Im going to order some

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Down Side....$20min
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It is a push-in retainer. They are used to hold various different things on.
Okay, I get it now. Thanks
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Niether of the ones you linked to are exact replacements.
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Niether of the ones you linked to are exact replacements.

no???? hmmm....off to the stealers...i mean dealers..
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If you end up having to buy a bag of like 10 or so of them and don't need them all, I could use like 2 or so of them. Stupid windshield repair place broke atleast 1 of them, but I found the parts and just superglued it back together.
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If you end up having to buy a bag of like 10 or so of them and don't need them all, I could use like 2 or so of them. Stupid windshield repair place broke atleast 1 of them, but I found the parts and just superglued it back together.
sure...ill find the cheapest way to find some...
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