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I Need A New One Of These.... What Is It Called?!


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#1 philsteruk

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Posted 17 February 2012 - 03:07 PM

Hi there

I have a 2003 Ford Focus Ebony.

A part of my front passenger seat has fallen off and refuses to go back on. Having looked at it, I think there are some bits snapped off it so I want to get a replacement (or fix it if possible) as I am selling the car.

I have been perusing the interweb, but as I don't know what it is called I am having no luck. It does have a number on the back as follows: 119413-008-LH

It is a piece of plastic that fits at the angle where the back of the seat joins the bottom of the seat on the left hand side near the door.

I have attached a few pics of it that might help.

So if anyone knows what it is called and where I can get one as cheaply as possible it would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks


Phil

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#2 tomo2001

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Posted 17 February 2012 - 04:42 PM

Looks like a recliner cover to me but the opposite side to where the wheel / lever is mounted (is it the inner one, near the seatbelt ?)

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Posted 17 February 2012 - 04:45 PM

Just read post again, its the door side

#4 ford focus edge

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Posted 18 February 2012 - 09:24 AM

I've been through 6 or 7 of these on my mk1 there crap once there off they don't go back on properly best trick i did was go to a scrap yard fit it as good as i could then glue the bugger on cheap and nasty sounding way but i tried all sorts and it wouldn't fit


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