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Old 09-26-2010, 10:59 AM
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What is the part called? (PIC INCLUDED)

I need to buy the white plastic piece that is in the pic. It's what houses the screw that holds down the black plastic piece. Somehow it busted and now the screw won't hold and the edge of the black piece flaps in the wind.





If anyone knows of the part number or if they have one from a parted out truck I would appreciate it.
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Old 09-26-2010, 11:03 AM
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It's just a body trim screw mount. Some are round, some are square. Most auto part store carry stuff like that.
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Thanks for the help. I looked online at Oreilly's and Auto Zone and couldn't find it there but I'll check out the stores tomorrow and see if I can find it!
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look in their "Help!" section, it is a bunch of odd parts all hanging on red cardboard with the vacuum pack plastic covering.
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look in their "Help!" section, it is a bunch of odd parts all hanging on red cardboard with the vacuum pack plastic covering.
YES! That's it. They are RED and ORANGE packages! And they are "HELP!" brand.


I couldn't remember the name.. of a rather obvious nature.
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mine are gone also, so I used a washer painted black to hold the screw to the in
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Alright, thanks fro the help guys.
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Yea dude, I just put some stainless steel screws in that sucker.
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Yea dude, I just put some stainless steel screws in that sucker.
What did you screw it into? The bottom of that broken white piece? I guess I miss up because I popped out the white piece and broke one of the clips that held it down.

Went to Advance and Auto zone and couldn't find the right piece at either. Going to the dealer today.
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it's a grommet ... I'm thinking like the size of a license plate grommet
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