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Side skirt plastic screw/bolts parts no.

Hello I need help what type of screw is this? & what is the parts no. etc?

Our car has hit a high speed hump which is maybe for SUVs(Land crusier?). which loosen our side skirt(passenger side)- lucky only bits of cosmetic damage( paint scrape below side skirt) which left one screw hanging. I manage to hammer the screw/bolts back in place. Side skirt in intact now with one screw/bolt. i need one more. I wonder what's the parts no. for this or I can find anywhere at DIY store?
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I don't know the part number but PEP Boys and Checker Auto Parts carrys a variety of them. I've had to buy a few for exactly the same reason. Take one of your busted ones in or pluck out a good one to hold it up next to the plastic box at the store for comparison. They're plentiful and fairly generic.
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Bad pic...but it looks like a Christmas tree peg or whatever they are called. Our cars have two kinds that I've seen. Interior ones which are one whole unit. Then the two part ones, that have a center peg that acts as a lock. Push in locks the screw, pull out unlocks it. I'm sure advance auto or auto zone has something that could work.
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thanks . yeah bad pics but my camera is out of battery so i use my samsung phone which sucks taking night pics. BTW what is this part call? any specific name?

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I don't know the part number but PEP Boys and Checker Auto Parts carrys a variety of them. I've had to buy a few for exactly the same reason. Take one of your busted ones in or pluck out a good one to hold it up next to the plastic box at the store for comparison. They're plentiful and fairly generic.
Thanks- yea I i ever find them at hard ware store- I buy a few too...

I email the dealer already if they have one in stock too...
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tormenting5.0 Bad pic...but it looks like a Christmas tree peg or whatever they are called. Our cars have two kinds that I've seen. Interior ones which are one whole unit. Then the two part ones, that have a center peg that acts as a lock. Push in locks the screw, pull out unlocks it. I'm sure advance auto or auto zone has something that could work.
thanks for info...

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