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25k miles and 23 years later, the interior looks a bit tired in some areas. Had a interior restoration specialist swing by and give me a run down of what I needed done. Much to my delight, he said this was one of the most well-kept examples he's ever seen. But immediately upon opening the doors and looking on the undersides, he noticed 3 of the 4 of these door panel 'plugs' missing. The sole remaining one is made of carbon fiber. I checked the parts diagrams on eurospares and there is no separate listed part for these. Purely aesthetic and not really noticeable unless you're looking along the bottom of the door, but it'll bug me because now I know they're missing. Anyone know where I could find these (in CF of not)?

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did it break our somthing?
I think the door panels were off to fix slow rolling windows at some point. I'm guessing whoever took the panels off never put the plugs back in or didn't put them in correctly and they fell out.
 

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my 99 SV has the same issue.
I don't think they are carbon fibre, more just moulded plastic.

3D printing might be a good solution for these
 

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Bonehead, what are those for, anyway? Are they for water drainage or are they access points for screw removal to takeoff the panel?
 
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