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  1. Thank you folks, I appreciate your answers. I'm going to take my time and evaluate the options. I will let you know how it goes! Thanks again!
  2. Hello friends: I'm in a bit of a pickle here, my driver side door trim is worn out specifically around the power window switches. After looking at the parts catalog I found the part and purchased it (997-555-351). After removing the door card I found out that this part is somehow riveted against the door card (see attached pictures). What is the proper way to remove this part and "rivet" the new one? Is there any plastic melting/riveting device that I can purchase that can replicate the process? Is riveting the right term? is there a name for this specific procedure? Thanks in advance
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