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Need help finding the part number for the screw that goes into the bumper

In order to peel back the bumper on the side, there's 4 screws holding in the black exterior carpet and 1 screw up top.

I'm trying to find the part # of the 4 screws and have no luck finding it online. I need this because one of the screws somehow fell off / was never installed.

Can someone help please? Thank you!
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In order to peel back the bumper on the side, there's 4 screws holding in the black exterior carpet and 1 screw up top.

I'm trying to find the part # of the 4 screws and have no luck finding it online. I need this because one of the screws somehow fell off / was never installed.

Can someone help please? Thank you!
I'm not sure where on the bumper you mean, but take a look at this : https://www.gmpartsdirect.com/auto-p...ents-rear-scat

Maybe the part you want is in the pic.

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...or pick-n-pull junkyard?
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I'm not sure where on the bumper you mean, but take a look at this : https://www.gmpartsdirect.com/auto-p...ents-rear-scat

Maybe the part you want is in the pic.

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I Was looking at that page before I posted here. However that image somehow does not have the screws

On that page, the #2 (fender line bolt) is directly above the 4 screws that I'm talking about.

So you know how there's a black carpet thing attached to the rear bumper? behind the rear wheel and under the fender line bolt is where the 4 screws are.
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https://www.gmpartsdirect.com/auto-p...omponents-scat

You see the little holes to the left of the #10 box on the image? That's where the screws go
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You see the little holes to the left of the #10 box on the image? That's where the screws go
I think those holes use the same screw as show in #7 .

I'm with Sheila, I'd get some at a junk yard.

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I think those holes use the same screw as show in #7 .

I'm with Sheila, I'd get some at a junk yard.

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Or remove one from the opposite side, and go to a full-service hardware store or GM dealer.
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Not the "Stealership", lol!
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Not the "Stealership", lol!


Many dealerships have large drawers of fasteners for their mechanics. A friendly partís employee may be able to find suitable fasteners in their inventory (not necessarily the OEM part number fastener).
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^+1, but don't be surprised if they want $19.99 for that screw, lol! $$$
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