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Help with Driver seat trim

Discussion in 'Interior' started by ATXDuD, May 20, 2020 at 9:30 AM.

  1. ATXDuD

    ATXDuD New Member

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    Good morning,

    I have broken the plastic trim that goes around the drivers seat of my wife's Expedition. I found Ford Part # 7L1Z-14A707-AB on fordpartsgiant.com but I am not sure it is the correct one for my vehicle. The part description says cloth seats, camel trim, less temperature control drivers seat, with bucket seats. My seat is leather and does have the heated and cooled seats. Most of the trim pieces on the site are discontinued or the wrong color.

    I am relatively new to working on vehicles myself, and I wanted to try and get this done without taking it to the dealer.

    So two questions, is that the right part and is that the best place the get said part?

    Any help is greatly appreciated.

    Thanks

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  2. riphip

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    Try a PNP (pick and pull) lot in your area. Might try lkq.com
     
  3. Adieu

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    That's just a busted clip right? Make a hole add a screw or ziptie or two
     
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  4. tommyddsr

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    Had the exact same issue on my 2009. As Adieu suggested, I drilled a hole in the clip area and zip tied it on. Been working great since January.
     

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