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There is a clicking sounds about every three seconds in the rear passenger side of vehicle. The sound is comming from inside the cab, just under the plastic trim cover. I took the cover off which revealed a black hard plastic part from which the clicking is comming from. I would like to know what that part is

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Decribe the part,how big is it? if small, its probably a retainer clip that has broken or a locator tab of one of the trim pieces( is it same color as panel piece)

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