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Lower body side cladding or molding im trying to find the piece on the front passenger door

On the passenger side of car, lower body side cladding or molding "plastic " , gray im trying to find the pice to put back on i want to buy one but cant find the hooks are still there its the plastic you put on

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I am parting several 93-97 Intrepid, Intrepid Sport, and Intrepid ES....which part of the ground effects do you need, door part(which door) or the rocker panel part (front or rear, left or rght)....email me at convert63@hotmail.com

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I have exactly the same problem with the same car. Previous owners garaged it and barely drove it. Now that it's parked in my driveway in the rainy Northwest, problem is a lot of rainwater pooling in the rear foot area, drivers side only.
No moisture at all on the passenger side, front or back. And none in the driver's feet area. Just the back seat, driver's side. No antifreeze smell, etc. And this is a problem when the car is parked; it's not water coming in from underneath or rainwater being driven into the car through gaps while driving.
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After pulling off several pieces of molding and trying to figure out what's going on, here's my suspicion: Water is dripping through the eavestrough and, on the outside of the car, down the column between the two doors.
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But here's the really odd thing: In addition to the screwholes for the screws holding that bottom molding on, there are three larger holes drilled into the car body underneath that molding. It was apparently made that way (the holes are painted). I'm completely mystified why Buick would leave holes in the outside of a car body like that. They're clearly not drain holes.
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