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    Supra Window switches

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    I'm trying to find some part numbers and need the number for that bit of trim that goes around the electric window switches on the drivers door, on the plans it just says refer to diagram 74 01 and thats just the sun visors? Mine is perhaps the most worn part of my interior for some reason and I want to get a new one. My AC was completely broken when I bought it which perhaps explains the over use of windows! All fixed now though Anyone know the number for this bit?

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    Still cant find this part number, can anyone help?

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    I'd take a punt at 74231-14120 with securing clips 90164-40068 and 90468-05120. though i fear its discontinued.

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    Looks like its not available worldwide, seems all the interior trim pieces are almost universally unavailable now for the Supes

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    Why can't you refurbish your original one?

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    Is there a product or service that removes all the scratches then? I've tried polishing it and cleaning it countless times - it looks like Freddie Krueger has been using it. There's a bit on my dash the same that I'd like to be rid of too if there's any way of doing it?

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    If it's the original rubberised finish, you can strip it using acetone and a rag - it's laborious and messy, but it works.

    Then you can use black plastidip to repaint it, wilhich is an almost perfect oem pfl match. If your panel is facelift, you're out of luck, as there isn't really a product that matches very well.



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    I'm all original 93 so it should be fine, thanks I will try this. I've heard about this plastidip stuff but not tried it, one of my friends has done their wheels on their MX5 with it so I can ask advice on how to use it

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    It's dead easy, just spray 3 light coats in succession, with about 5-10 minutes flash time between coats.

    No primer needed

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    I've just booked in my Supe for a different mechanic to fix my still leaking RMS and he offers the service to recoat dashboards so I will see if he can do it professionally then, thanks so much for the idea

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