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Old 11-16-2010
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Turn signal housing problem

I've been hearing a strange sound while driving and finally determined it was the front drivers side turn signal assembly flopping around in the wind. Took a look and it seems that there is a metal clip through a hole in the sheet metal. A screw from the light assembly screws into that clip. That clip need to be replaced in order to secure the assembly again. Where to get such a clip?
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Just got my LMC catalog and found what I need. LMC refers to these simply as "retainers" at $1.95 each. What a great catalog!
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