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I need the name of a small part for my 2000 Outback wagon

On the rear passenger doors, centered slightly below the armrest, there is a small, square, snap-in plastic cap that is a screw cover (or so my husband says but he's pretty credible). My 14-week old puppy was left alone in the car and naturally noticed this item and pried it out and chewed it to smithereens. If I can learn the name of the part hopefully I can find one or special order one from a dealer. None of the parts search sites seem to refine down any farther than an entire arm assembly, if that. I know it might be tough to get this part but it's worth a shot. Thanks to anyone who can help.
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It is a screw cover -- don't know its technical name -- that may be it. Best way to get it is visit a junkyard -- I'm sure you'll find one there (for the right price).

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