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If you've removed your headliner, chances are you broke one of those orange clips. [I did]
If you look for the ford part number it doesn't exist because that orange clip / plug is considered part of the headliner. If you want another - you have to get another headliner.

However - Honda uses the same item in the fit. You can find it online in many places. Just FYI if people are googling for that.

91560-S6A-003 FIT

And while you're here - the long clips that hold the headliner on [3 inches long] are:
W717918SS34X

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If you've removed your headliner, chances are you broke one of those orange clips. [I did]
If you look for the ford part number it doesn't exist because that orange clip / plug is considered part of the headliner. If you want another - you have to get another headliner.

However - Honda uses the same item in the fit. You can find it online in many places. Just FYI if people are googling for that.

91560-S6A-003 FIT

And while you're here - the long clips that hold the headliner on [3 inches long] are:
W717918SS34X
Excellent info, thanks! I just ordered a variety of clips to check them, will be working on a custom headliner soon.
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Dorman, which makes the HELP! section in the auto parts stores, makes many types of these style clips.

The finned ones work great for different hole depths and they won't wriggle loose.



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