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Does anyone know the part number for the plastic cover plate that I am holding in my hand?

The plastic cover plate is about 3-1/4 inches by 1-3/4 inches. I need a second cover plate for the rectangular hole above my other seat belt bracket. These plastic cover plates are for my 1989 Suzuki Sidekick JX with 1.6L 8-valve engine (2-door, 4x4, 5-speed manual transmission).

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Have you tried


for the part #?

I would think that hard to find except in a junk yard. The good thing is that it's probably the same on many models over many years.

It seems like a good DIY project. Have any Gorilla Tape laying around?
 

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or find a kid thats sharp with 3D CAD SW, have him copy / build the geometry on computer and 3D print it in black material.
there are already whole libraries of NLA parts that can be 3D printed in your neighborhood makers corner shop


some perople are even selling 3D printed parts in ebay

 

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It’s called ‘cap, center pillar’, part #76411 60A00
 
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It’s called ‘cap, center pillar’, part #76411 60A00
Thank you very much, Bex!

I've just placed a MegaZip order for the Center Pillar Caps plus other items. The local service center cracked the plastic grill underneath my windshield wipers, so I am also ordering a new grill and the fasteners.
 
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PJF, I’m going to have to give you a lesson in ‘research’ . ;) I don’t know these part numbers by heart, and often have to scour the parts catalog to try to find them. After searching (for some time, actually), I found it in this diagram, #14:
 

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Hi Bex,

No worries, I double-checked the part number for the Center Pillar Cap on the MegaZip catalog before placing my order.
From which websites do you normally order your Suzuki parts? I've looked at the SSG Asia website but during the pandemic, its prices, shipping schedules and backorders were a bit daunting.

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pjf
 
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I’ve actually never ordered anything from SSG Asia, but use their catalog to find the factory part number. And then I search using that part number, and search the hits. I’ve used Amayama and Megazip for really hard to find parts. And since my car is a US Tracker, there are times I’ve had to use Rockauto for parts specific to the US market. There are literally few (maybe as in none) parts suppliers in Ireland that deal with the first generation Suzukis anymore, so each part I need becomes an adventure in searching, particularly as my car is left hand drive. So, for example, while there may be more parts available for the Suzuki in the UK, the clutch cable would be entirely different due to the left hand drive. I recently needed the exhaust pipe from the manifold to cat area, and had to get it from Germany. If I was in the US, I’d probably use places like Rockauto a lot more.
 

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You probably have the "deluxe" trim. Seems like the USA Trackers with LSI trim had formed door cards and addition plastic trim, compared to the base trim models.
 
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