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    Default desperate help for a renault 19, plz reply

    hey all,
    i jst pickd up me car today from me mechanics shop who`d changed the clutch for me, and after id spent bout 2 hrs this afternoon changin the timing an serpentine belts using his tools, it goes like the clappers now-im lovin it, anywayz off the topic, im in desperate need of some second hand or wrecker parts.
    im after a headlight and blinker assembly switch and the handbrake cable for a 1991 renault 19, phase 1, model. If anyone knows of anywhere where i can pik up these parts from a wrecker etc will help(preferably in sydney), thanks ppls.

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    Try www.partslocator.com.au you will get a list of wreckers and vehicles.

    Hope this helps

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    Default Reno 19 parts

    Try Reno wreck at Gosford. Speak to Mitch on 43531618 he has many reno parts and will post them to you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by REN019
    hey all,
    i jst pickd up me car today from me mechanics shop who`d changed the clutch for me, and after id spent bout 2 hrs this afternoon changin the timing an serpentine belts using his tools, it goes like the clappers now-im lovin it, anywayz off the topic, im in desperate need of some second hand or wrecker parts.
    im after a headlight and blinker assembly switch and the handbrake cable for a 1991 renault 19, phase 1, model. If anyone knows of anywhere where i can pik up these parts from a wrecker etc will help(preferably in sydney), thanks ppls.
    Go to Caravell in Melbourne and Ken will send you one for less than $100.-. A waste of money - in most cases - getting a second hand one. You'll find details on other posts or replies e. g. Kenfuego's
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    I just bought a new indicator/lights switch and it cost $134 delievred to my door, however I got an orig quote last year of $55- so prices change dramatically due to availability.
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