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Gm part 15253263 - black trim at base of radio antanae

How can I replace this part. I can't slip it into place. Do I have to take the fender off?

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  • Melbertpred Jun 04, 2008

    The part looks like it slips on and that is what they told me at the dealership but I must have to take additional pieces off because it is not fitting.

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Yes you may need to also make sure the clips arent broken from the old one if they are that could also stop it from going in any probs just ask me ill be glad to help

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