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I need to drill a hole to fasten the lower front corner of the rear inner 1/4 panel to the rocker/sill area.  Which fastener does that take?  Is it a black wide head philips, or one of the silver ones?

I can't afford to drill the wrong hole.

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#2
I think you lost me. Depending on interior color can be black or can be zinc with clear. White is for sure zinc and blue is black but I do not know the others. Need a pic for the location. I am thinking it is a washer head phillips. Need a pic. Factory assembly was self drilling self taping the slapped it in and put the screw in can mover a bunch in all directions. There should be a hole from previous panel also.


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#3
Yep, busy day and I didn't get a picture.  Black interior.  And this location.
, base of the B pillar.

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#4
No picture, but mine is a black washer head tapping screw. i.e. the screw head looks like it has a washer, but it's all in one. If you don't have a concours, black would be best choice there.
Geoff.

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runninpony 
Agree with Geoff!

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#6
There should be a hole there already and as stated Black phillips washer head is correct. Here is pic of white interior that had chrome or zinc finish.[Image: DSC-2430.jpg]


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#7
Black small head self tap Phillips screw. Pretty sure it's not a washer head.  Chin

- Mike
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(09-01-2019, 03:37 PM)mach71351c Wrote: Black small head self tap Phillips screw. Pretty sure it's not a washer head.  Chin
After I posted this I really started to think that the small head screw was not correct.  So when I got home tonight I found a pic of my car that showed the black washer head screw.

- Mike
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#9
Yes the washer head was used a lot to prevent the small angle head from splitting the plastic. That is what happens to most consoles. The angle heads wedge in the holes and split them.
They have almost and exact screw at local hardware here. You can order the interior screw kit and has them identified where they go.


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