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I have a piece of black plastic trim on the outside of the passenger sliding door that frames in the back of the window that has a broken clip on one of its connection points and a broken plastic connector from the door at another. It appears to only be held on by a screw at the bottom (from the back of the other side of the door) and when you get up to speed on the interstate you see it pull away due to wind. I had this door repaired last week at Hoover Toyota and they said they only accessed from the inside. It is a strange coincidence that we notice this piece two days later going down the interstate. Anyone know how to get replacement plastic pegs and a new plastic trim piece? Thanks for your help!
 

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I had a motor replaced. Not the main door moving motor but one that released it from being closed or opened? It was a $110 part. I have looked online to order the parts but I cannot find them anywhere. However if I wanted to go to chrome pillar pieces... I found those. If any one works at a toyota dealer and I can order the parts and have them shipped that would save me two trips to the dealer here. First for them to see the problem then to pick up the pieces.
 

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Just to follow up... I ended up going to the dealer and they actually had this trip piece in stock. It cost me $48 with tax and came with the two clips I needed and the screw. They said it would be $30 for installation, but it took me five minutes to install it myself and most of that was looking for a short enough Phillips screwdriver to tighten the screw at the bottom. So now the van doesn't look like it is falling apart anymore.
 

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I also have the same problem with the trim piece on the door coming loose, but on the driver's side. So far I've been using double sided sticky tape to keep the trim piece from flying away, but eventually I will have to get some of those clips.
 

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bamanate said:
Just to follow up... I ended up going to the dealer and they actually had this trip piece in stock. It cost me $48 with tax and came with the two clips I needed and the screw. They said it would be $30 for installation, but it took me five minutes to install it myself and most of that was looking for a short enough Phillips screwdriver to tighten the screw at the bottom. So now the van doesn't look like it is falling apart anymore.

I need to find those clips, does anyone have the part # for those clips for that rear window black trim piece?
 

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Bamanate, could you provide instruction how to fix it? It happened to me yesterday that the window trim has hanging in the sliding door. Thank you!
 

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has anybody found a cheaper source for replacement pillar post trim? I lost 11 just one door, and would prefer not to have to buy a set. Any help would be appreciated. Its a 2004 Toyota Sienna the pillar post is black
 

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I have the same issue (pillar post trim fell off) on our 2005l6 van. Would be interested in hearing where others have gotten replacements.

Jordan
 

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I just had my 09 sienna to the dealer because I need two plastic clips to hold the sliding door trim in place. I was told that I need to purchase the entire moulding for ~$70 each. I only need two clips. Any help out there on where I can order clips that will work, rather than just two-sided tape?
 

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I have the same problem, spent 2 1/2 weeks here in alberta canada looking for these precious clips that Toyota will not let you buy separately. I'm beginning to get pissed at this Toyota junk. We should be able to get these clips but they must be made of Toyota gold or something. Just as a comparison, this part costs us up here over $96.00, which in my opinion is hiway robbery. If you guys find the part number of these clips please pm me, if my so called dealer manages to get me the part number I will post it up, thanks.
 

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Had to replace on my 2007. The piece is Toyota only part and comes with the plastic push pin. There is a screw on backside of trim that screws through the door. Unscrew from piece then pop the old trim off. Replace trim in reverse popping the new pin in place the replace the mounting screw. Easy peasy.
 
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