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I have a 1989 Pontiac 6000 LE Sedan. Recently, the moulding came off of the outside of the front passenger door. I still have the moulding, but I need the clips that hold it on. The part number for six of them is: 20596114. The part number for the two clips on the end is 20488420. Where can I find these clips?

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