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Old 03-10-2009
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WTB 2004 Interior fusebox cover, black...VT...any price

I need a black fusebox cover for the pass side footwell, 2004. Dealer tells me it only comes with the box itself, 200+ dollars. Any JY hunters?
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Im goin JY hunting this sat Ill keep an eye out for ya
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heads up....black will be a pretty darn hard thing to find as it's 04+ Level 2's... good luck!!
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I'll take any color if you can find it, I can always paint. I just would like to get that area covered as it's right by pass feet, sometimes wet/snowy feet.
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If I can find anything, ill get it.
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