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where to find foam for this cover help please by fierogtx
Started on: 05-18-2014 11:22 PM
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i have dark grey trim upper cluster that missing some foam behind of this cluster ( i have a dark grey ) but pic is just for reference where i can find that ???? thanks alll
http://www.ebay.com/itm/84-...xp=mtr#ht_158wt_1105

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I found some foam at a fabric shop. 1/16th inch ( Headliner Material) use double sided tape to mount. Color can't be seen from outside of instrument cluster. light/vent material.

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Originally posted by RCR:

http://www.yourautotrim.com

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thanks for the link i try to find locally before order on the web i try to find a store like napa .... with a part number
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I went to the local automotive/hardware store (Canadian Tire) and got a roll of black humidifier filter foam. It was the right width, just had to cut it to proper length, used spray adhesive on the foam, then stuck it in place until the material held. It was a bit thicker (1/4") than the original foam, but still worked very well when the access panel was screwed back in place.

The part number for the Canadian Tire humidifier evaporator pad was 43-5237-6.
The price was $6.29 + taxes. This was a few years ago (2011), so not sure if it's still available.

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Originally posted by canfirst:

I went to the local automotive/hardware store (Canadian Tire) and got a roll of black humidifier filter foam. It was the right width, just had to cut it to proper length, used spray adhesive on the foam, then stuck it in place until the material held. It was a bit thicker (1/4") than the original foam, but still worked very well when the access panel was screwed back in place.

The part number for the Canadian Tire humidifier evaporator pad was 43-5237-6.
The price was $6.29 + taxes. This was a few years ago (2011), so not sure if it's still available.



yes thanks a lot will call canadian tire tomorrow thanks for the parts number

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Originally posted by canfirst:

I went to the local automotive/hardware store (Canadian Tire) and got a roll of black humidifier filter foam. It was the right width, just had to cut it to proper length, used spray adhesive on the foam, then stuck it in place until the material held. It was a bit thicker (1/4") than the original foam, but still worked very well when the access panel was screwed back in place.

The part number for the Canadian Tire humidifier evaporator pad was 43-5237-6.
The price was $6.29 + taxes. This was a few years ago (2011), so not sure if it's still available.



discontinued i have to search for another product
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