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B10: Name this part

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RandyBuxton

I'm pretty sure this is the last piece I can't identify. Not bad for an amateur,,, think I had four pieces I couldn't figure out without the help of the experts here. Probably some sort of guide for a lever.

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rokon2813

Goes behind the A/C emblem on the grill to stabilize the grill.

The 2 small studs on the back of the emblem plate will go through the 2 small holes in that.

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