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Old 04-22-2010, 03:54 PM   #1
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Recently had a piece of plastic trim (right below the rear passenger door) come off and I realized it was because a couple of small plastic holding mechanisms had broken. I cannot find the Part #'* in order to get them from a GM parts dealer online. I was hoping someone could help me identify the Part # or where I could get them. Thanks so much

1. I need two of these

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2. I need 4 of these

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This is the piece of trim that came off that I need the holding mechanisms for
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Trim piece flipped over
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Thanks so much in advance for the help!
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I'll see if I can help out.

Do these look like the right parts? This drawing is of the driver'* side of the car, but the other side should use the same clips and retainers.


I found it on http://www.gmpartsdirect.com/
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Anathema.....thanks so much, I just got back from out of town and saw the illustration you found. I believe those are the parts I need!
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Anathema.....thanks so much, I just got back from out of town and saw the illustration you found. I believe those are the parts I need!
No problem, I hope they work for you.
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