Question about 1998 Pontiac Bonneville
There are thousands and thousands of junkyards, aka parts recyclers, and these days not only are they on the web but they also have searchable parts inventories. so google your state and city and "used auto parts". that is a GM part used on more than one year and more than one model. keep looking until you find the right color, as it will cost more to paint it than the car is worth. It can be shipped but the shipping on a part like that cost more than the part itself so stay within a 100 mile circle of your home unless you really like to drive. they will not remove your old one and install the new one, but they will accept your scrap so take some tools along or use a buddy's pick up truck.
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
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