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Old 10-12-2004, 02:33 PM   #1
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OK Ive been restoring my car some and yesterday I just replaced on of the rear doors. Thing is, the trim that is along the edge of the window but on the door panel is breaking and cracking like crazy I guess due to age. This is also happening on other doors as well. Those little rear lights on the doors are also missing those covers and seem to be in bad shape too. Can I get little things like these replaced at a dealership? And will they install the window trim stuff for me? Oh and I also got that little triangle piece of glass installed that goes in the very front of the drivers side window but the guy did a terrible job, even on his second try so could I also have Pontiac reinstall this properly? Price isnt much of a concern at all so Im just wondering if it can be done. Thanks!
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It can be done, or you can get all the part numbers from us, buy them for 40% discount over dealer retail at www.gmpartsdirect.com and do it yourself

All we need is accurate descriptions of each part, or pictures.
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pics would help, but are you talking about the black exterior trim? it follows all the windows, all around.. and gets almost two inches wide on the B pillar?


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No the interior stuff that goes on the inside part of the window. But on the outside of the door there is this black shiny metal type trim that goes along the bottom of the window but is attached to the door and I will need that piece too since I just bent the heck out of mine. I'll get some pics later on today as my car isnt here right now. Thanks guys!
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Hey Will what is the part number for an engine cover for my 93 and how much does it cost? I kind of want the white one that says 3800 but the black one will work as well. I got a white one from Roadtested (member here) but it split in half.
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Cool, thanks!
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you may luck out if u check out a parts yard..those door lights are avail in SE SSE and SSEI models so the chances are a bit better.
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