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#1 (permalink) Old 12-29-2007, 11:04 AM
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Question Need help - Side door panel trim....please....

Hi guys, Thanks for the help in advance. I'm just wondering if anyone knows where to buy the white clips that holds the exterior trim on the side door. The clips on one of my door trim is broken so the trim is dangling around which really annoys the heck out of me. I tried fixing it before with super glue but it didn't last for long. Please kindly see attached pictures if what I'm saying doesn't make sense. Thanks guys.(sorry about the pix and also my car needs car wash).....lolz.
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just go to BMW to pick them up, they arent expensive

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Yup. Get them from the dealership. They are pretty cheap.

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Yup. Get them from the dealership. They are pretty cheap.
Yup I got em from the stealership. It's freaking expensive. It's 2 bucks+ for each clips even the gromet is a buck a piece. I just got pissy and both tons of them and end up spending around $30. I couldn't find a canadian web that sells it mostly from US which charge arm and a leg for shipping. .
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You will not be able to get them for nothing. $2 for a tiny little piece of plastic is a ripoff, but it is still just $2. You drive a $30k car; you should know these kind of expenses come with the territory. What you can do is get one each month over an entire year and you will have a restored trim-mounting mechanism.

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go to pelicanparts.com thats where i bought mine and it was like .50 each so i bought like 20
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