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Old 12-23-2005, 12:11 PM   #11
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Marty, sounds like you're running a newer Bezel? That'll work then.

96+ cupholders will NOT work in 92-95 cars unless that bezel is changed. They're quite different.
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Marty, sounds like you're running a newer Bezel? That'll work then.

96+ cupholders will NOT work in 92-95 cars unless that bezel is changed. They're quite different.
You're quite right. I was at 3 yards today and found a green 1997 SLE (Dr. Suess'* none-the-less ...if you remember him). Got the cupholder and the tan rear console vents (for Travis).
Tried putting the cupholder in and found the arms on the cupholder are either going to have to be shaved or the assembly given to my brother for his 97 SSEi since it'* lacking one and I have his name for the Christmas name exchange.

So in the end I'll need the whole trim/cupholder assembly you have.
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get the lid from the junker (97) and use the new bezel of mine
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I was at 3 yards today and found a green 1997 SLE (Dr. Suess'* none-the-less ...if you remember him).
Wrecked? :(
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I was at 3 yards today and found a green 1997 SLE (Dr. Suess'* none-the-less ...if you remember him).
Wrecked? :(

Yup, light front hit, but loaded to the hilt for a 97 SLE minus the M90.
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