Question about 2002 Toyota Corolla
That depends, your best bet is to find a good original ones in a u-pull-it junkyard. You may even find the right color. If not there, try a regular junkyard or a aftermarket supplier for body parts but be cautious some cheap aftermarket (non original equipment) parts don't fit very well or require modification and some are just junk. Keep your receipt. Get the phone book out and call around, most junkyards will tell you if they have it and approximately how much and most will get it through their network if you want to pay the price. Call the dealership parts department just to get a base line price of what they would cost for new O.E. parts.
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
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