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Old 07-24-2020, 08:25 AM   #1
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Ok, I don't really need the name of it, I just need to know where it goes!

I assume it was removed from above the headliner of my 2004 Vue in the vicinity of the sunroof. Somebody else was diagnosing a leak for me and left it apart for me to fix myself. I fixed the leak but was left with this part, and I don't know where it goes.

The car's been perfectly dry for several months but we had a torrential downpour last week and some more water got in. I suspect the absence of this part has something to do with it. Please see pics.

I've checked some part diagrams on the web and could not find this part on them.

Can anybody place this part?

Thanks!






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Old 07-24-2020, 09:44 AM   #3
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Ugh, Thank you for letting me know. I will see if I can post a link to a shared Google Drive folder.

On another note, I had to create a new account because my old account lost its ability to post. Repeated emails to webmaster have gone unanswered for the last month or so. This happened last year and the webmaster fixed it immediately. Do you happen to have a line to someone who could fix that for me?

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Here's the URL to a Google Drive folder with the pictures of the "plug".

https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...9T?usp=sharing

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Old 07-24-2020, 05:51 PM   #5
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Ok, I don't really need the name of it, I just need to know where it goes!

I assume it was removed from above the headliner of my 2004 Vue in the vicinity of the sunroof. Somebody else was diagnosing a leak for me and left it apart for me to fix myself. I fixed the leak but was left with this part, and I don't know where it goes.

The car's been perfectly dry for several months but we had a torrential downpour last week and some more water got in. I suspect the absence of this part has something to do with it. Please see pics.

I've checked some part diagrams on the web and could not find this part on them.

Can anybody place this part?

Thanks!





That's the removable glovebox door stop. The GM part number is 10356314. GM has used that same part on a lot of models since the 1990s including the Saturn S-Series. You sometimes need to remove it to allow the glovebox door to open all the way down to service things behind it. Without it the glovebox door won't stop when it should and all your stuff will fall out when you open it.
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Old 07-27-2020, 11:05 AM   #6
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Oh rats! I guess that explains why one side of my glovebox hangs down, but it means the sunroof repair did not hold up or it's sprung a new leak. I was really hoping it was a plug that went somewhere above the headliner. Wishful thinking I suppost.

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I had to repair my sunroof leaks three times. I found that the junction areas between the tubings kept separating after time and the leaking started over. How I finally fixed it for good was by Applying electrical tape over the joined areas, then purchasing small hose clamps and securing over the tape. It’s now been a few years with no issues whatsoever.
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