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What's this part? *pic*

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by divorced, Dec 18, 2005.

  1. divorced

    divorced 3/4 ton status

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    Ok, as promised, I got off my lazy butt and worked on my junk today instead of hangin in the lounge. I got the Mustang fixed, no problems. Then I went to the '96 K1500. I found some type of cover in the pile-o-parts for this truck that I can't remember where it goes. It's possible that it isn't even for this truck, but for some other vehicle around here.... beats me.

    The top pic is a pic of what appears to be the top of the cover, and the bottom pic is a pic of what appears to be, would ya' believe it, the bottom of the cover.
    It has a part number of 24003774

    So, ummm, any ideas?


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  2. unclematty

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    size it against something, so we can size it up!
     
  3. resurrected_jimmy

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    front diff skid plate ???
     
  4. divorced

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    Ya, I guess a size would help :doah: I don't have anything of a known size to photo it with, but it's about 9" x 11", and about an inch tall.

    Funny thing is I remember taking this piece off, but haven't a clue where it goes... or what vehicle it's for! :doah:
     
  5. divorced

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    Nah, it would be for somewhere under the hood because that's were I was working. It's made from fairly thin plastic.
     
  6. unclematty

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    Is it that little skid plate fluckinthing tha mounts under the T case and extends towards the rear , from the tranny crossmember? on a chevvy
     
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    My guess is the plastic jack mount that is on the inner fender well.

    I'm about 99.9% sure of this.
     
  8. divorced

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    Would this be on the driver side or passenger side? It's a '96, and has the washer fluid tank that has an extension that comes up past a storage box, and it's that washer fluid container that I was replacing today.

    ...but, not that I think about it, the jack is under the rear seat (extended cab)

    This piece has a little round piece of velco on it too, not sure why.
     
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    4X4HIGH 1 ton status Premium Member GMOTM Winner

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    I'm not sure about the later vehicles but on my 89 blazer it is mounted on the driver side inner fender well.
     
  10. original balzer

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    looks like the cover that basicaly just hides the ABS brake system on an s-10

    balzer
     
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    doesn't look like anything I've seen under the hood of my 97?
     
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    Does the truck run and stop without it ? If so, go grab a beer, your done!
     
  13. divorced

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    Yep, all works fine without it. I went to the Chevy dealer, and the part number doesn't even show up in the computer, so... I'll just throw it away and call it a day. :D
     
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    a good mechanic always has parts left over...

    plus your shaving weight to gain Mpg...
     
  15. divorced

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    If that's the case, then I'm the BEST! :D I always seem to have extra parts.
     
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    Sure it ain't for the battery tray?
     
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    Nope, I haven't messed with the battery. It may just be some part that someone threw into my pile-o-parts...?:dunno:
     

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