Coolant/Wiper Fluid Resevoir Tank

Coolant/Wiper Fluid Resevoir Tank

Postby Year1chevy [OP] » December 15th 2015, 12:55am

Hello, I'm looking for the plastic fasteners that hold the dual reservoir tank to the body. They have a plastic pin in the middle that lifts out. Any ideas? Thanks, Jeff
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Re: Coolant/Wiper Fluid Resevoir Tank

Postby timothy47130 » December 15th 2015, 1:06am

Do you happen to have a pep boys auto parts in your town? They carry them individual or I believe the package of ones I bought at autozone was by dorman. Let me look Ill try to get the part number for you.
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Re: Coolant/Wiper Fluid Reservoir Tank

Postby timothy47130 » December 15th 2015, 1:12am

ok, so some call it a push fastener body clip or body clip. FYI they are the same as the lower rear bumper cover fasteners. They come in a variety of sizes. I cannot remember the correct size at the moment
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5.7 Vortec swap on the way
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Re: Coolant/Wiper Fluid Resevoir Tank

Postby Year1chevy [OP] » December 15th 2015, 1:13am

Perfect!! Thanks Tim
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Re: Coolant/Wiper Fluid Resevoir Tank

Postby Year1chevy [OP] » December 15th 2015, 3:03am

Part Number is GM 20590899
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Re: Coolant/Wiper Fluid Resevoir Tank

Postby AstroWill » December 15th 2015, 6:57pm

Or you can just grab a few the next time you are at the JY ;)

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