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Westcoaster

Yellow metal clips for Stereo trim side panels

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There are 3 metal clips that are on each side of the Stereo/ HVAC tower in the middle of the console, they are inserted into the plastic that forms the frame where the radio and HAVC controls mount.

The side panels have tabs that insert into these to help hold it in place.

Of course, I pulled one out and it flew to locations unknown...

Can you provide the part number?

Thanks, Al

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Hi Loren,

From that drawing I would say it was #3.

But it seems to only show 2 per side, and on my 2006 there are definitely 3 on each side.

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The diagrams never show all the duplicate parts (for clarity I guess).

Item 3 -- 999.507.020.01 Speed Nut -- MSRP $0.21 (each)

Hmmm, would you say that item #4 inserts into item #3?

The reason I ask is that the clips I am looking for do not accept a screw in this application but rather a 6mm wide plastic tab.

I can take a picture of the assembly at lunch (but can I post a picture?).

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It's a good thing that my local stealer doesn't over charge, they only wanted pre-payment of $1.08 each (%500 mark-up)...

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