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Old 09-27-2015, 02:19 PM
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Part number for fuse panel clip?

Hello. 2002 -- The fuse panel cover below the steering wheel is held on to the dash board by four small clips. One clip in each corner.

You can install/remove the fuse panel cover by using a coin to turn these fasteners, or your thumbnail.

One of mine has been missing since I bought the truck. Does anyone know the part number for these?

Second question --- the rubber bumper for the glove box.

My glove box will click shut when I push it closed, but it still rattles over bumps and I noticed that there is a hole on the passenger side of the latch where a rubber bump-stop should be, but appears to have fallen out.

Does anyone have a part number for the glove box rubber bump-stop piece?
 
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I would check the local salvage yard first. You may even have to purchase the entire cover from Ford dealer.
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Local salvage yards where I live have not proven to be a good resource for Superduty parts because they take all the usable parts and build "new" trucks with them. If your local yard is not helpful, you can try car-part.com
 
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**EDIT** Wrong part number originally posted

Glove box bumper:

OEM Part Number - N805645S

That's what I just ordered. The dealer tells me it's the right one.
 
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Old 10-01-2015, 03:25 PM
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Alright, I ordered the glove box bumper...

But I still need the fuse panel holder clip. Anyone have a part number?
 
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Old 10-04-2015, 01:58 AM
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Still looking for one of the clips that the yellow arrows are pointing toward.
 
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The part is called the "Column Cover Retainer", and is shown as Part Number (YC3Z25044A59AAA). I can find the Parchment color easily, but the other color options seem more difficult to find.
 
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This is what I found Google-ing online:

2C3Z25044A59BAB

This is the "column cover retainer" in medium flint (gray).
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The part number will probably vary based on the year used in the search. Ford is notorious for changing part numbers over the years for the exact same parts (and prices sometimes change with the new numbers, too).

At least the common portion of the part number appears to be C3Z25044A59.

When I use just the "common" portion of the number, I get the same parts listed, but for a wide variety of years and trim levels.
 
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The part number will probably vary based on the year used in the search. Ford is notorious for changing part numbers over the years for the exact same parts (and prices sometimes change with the new numbers, too).

At least the common portion of the part number appears to be C3Z25044A59.

When I use just the "common" portion of the number, I get the same parts listed, but for a wide variety of years and trim levels.
Over 10 years of cancelled, superseded, and no longer produced part numbers can get very confusing.

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This is what I found Google-ing online:

2C3Z25044A59BAB

This is the "column cover retainer" in medium flint (gray).
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This is for a 2003. It did not give an option for trim level but the -BAB is the flint (gray) retainer.
 
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Old 10-08-2015, 12:49 AM
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Excellent thank you very much guys. Found one on ebay and msgd seller for shipping price.

Thanks thanks thank thanks.

Thanks!
 
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I have needed one of those fuse panel clips for years - thanks for posting this. I found one with free shipping (color = flint).

http://www.ebay.com/itm/FORD-2C3Z25044A59BAA-GENUINE-OEM-COLUMN-COVER-RETAINER-/301447885278?hash=item462fb1b1de&vxp=mtr
 
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