D'oh!

Casserole
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While running speaker wire to my speakers i broke off a peice of plastic that holds two gromets together on the door side.

http://www.geocities.com/the_dude41420/02_the_enemy.jpg

is a picture of what the two peices should look like when connected

http://www.geocities.com/the_dude41420/04_push_bottom.jpg

is a picture of the two peices apart.

http://www.geocities.com/the_dude41420/05_both_plugs.jpg

a better view of each side of the plugs.

you have to copy/paste the URL's for the pics to show up

the part that i broke was a small peice on the side circled in yellow. that peice holds the two peices together, which is rather important if i want to use my power locks/windows. apparently i broke it when i took it off for the first time, so i have no idea where the peice is. other than trying to glue them together, i have no idea what i should do to make sure the two peices stay joined. any ideas?//content.invisioncic.com/y282845/emoticons/bawling.gif.6287aa5d1d447c8af063fc9466e822ef.gif//content.invisioncic.com/y282845/emoticons/help.gif.cee8f684da1ba626487a8bc51152e1ec.gif

 

91explorerV6
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put them together n then wrap it in electrical tape should take care of it no problem I wouldnt try glue you might need to get them apart again someday Ive broke a few things like that on my old car electrical tape held them together great and if you do it right you cant even tell that its taped

 
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