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Question Which buttons/plugs needed for the Soundproofing panels under the dash

Hi All,

I have been trying with little success to identify and purchase the correct buttons/plugs needed to secure 2 soundproofing panels (driver & passenger side) under the dashboard of a 2002 Stilo Active (5 doors). I have been to my local Fiat dealer a couple of times with my full VIN number and they have been little help themselves which I thought was very "poor". They even got me to order multiple types of buttons with the off chance that one might fit .... but no luck there either

The two pannels themselves are described in teh ePar catalog as:
46769680 - SOUNDPROOFING
and
46769681 - SOUNDPROOFING

However, ePar does not make it easy to identify the 6 or so buttons/plugs needed to fit these in place. Can anybody help please ?

If you have a part (or parts) number, then that will be great.

Thanks.
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Re: Which buttons/plugs needed for the Soundproofing panels under the dash

14591887 will do; single use.

Either that or pop to halfords; they do some black clips with the centre screw clip having a "+" recess in; they'll do too!
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Re: Which buttons/plugs needed for the Soundproofing panels under the dash

If eper doesn't make it easy to identify (as you said) then its not easy for dealer parts department especially if they have never ordered them before.Chances are they come in packs of 5 or 10 etc.
Secondly the soundproof panel on the drivers side.....chuck it away its a fecking nusiance & just keeps catching the tip of your shoes
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Re: Which buttons/plugs needed for the Soundproofing panels under the dash

Well I like mine and think I might take a walk up to Halfords (you're surpassing yourself again Rich )
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If eper doesn't make it easy to identify (as you said) then its not easy for dealer parts department especially if they have never ordered them before.Chances are they come in packs of 5 or 10 etc.
Secondly the soundproof panel on the drivers side.....chuck it away its a fecking nusiance & just keeps catching the tip of your shoes
Yep I did just that it is a damn nusiance and my space shuttles are only size 8 unlike some of you that have plates like Hurman Munster
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Quote Originally Posted by Argonought
Well I like mine and think I might take a walk up to Halfords (you're surpassing yourself again Rich )
Yay, a fan

Well I've got size 13's and it doesn't bother me too much, I would prefer it on that to see all the wiring. So yes Argonought, I agree; the panel stays
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Quote Originally Posted by rroope
14591887 will do; single use.

Either that or pop to halfords; they do some black clips with the centre screw clip having a "+" recess in; they'll do too!
Sorry, I've been away for a few days and just saw your reply now. Thank you very much for taking the time to reply.

I hadn't thought about Halfords ... I may very well run to my local store and just bypass Fiat now.

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Re: Which buttons/plugs needed for the Soundproofing panels under the dash

No worries. Sad that I remembered that part number off by heart, I need a life!!
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No worries. Sad that I remembered that part number off by heart, I need a life!!
LOL....you need a good drunkem night out mate
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Re: Which buttons/plugs needed for the Soundproofing panels under the dash

Had one last night, the less I remember about it the better I think!
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