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What is this loom clip called?

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    Haha, beat me to it... "Wire loom routing clips" is what you can find them under.

    Amazon has a ton of different sizes. https://www.amazon.com/Wire-Routing...c59b9&pd_rd_wg=8vovi&pd_rd_i=B0040D0PJ4&psc=1
     
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    My park avenue is a 99 and a 2003 ultra would have he same engine and superxharger, but assuming the 3800 kept the same location of the EGR valve no matter the years from 1996-2009 the transmission harness area where it branches for the trans from the main harness is retained in one of those mounted horizontally. Rather thick too (haha) In that spot. So you should be able to find it In any 3800 car at least 96 up prob older.

    then, I am sure more models them also use them for main harness routings. My park avenue is a C body (fwd G is the same, uses same subframe as a H body) wnd they utilized a clip like that on front/downlow of the 3800 for the starter wire and a few other wires


    It’s also used in the rear end sail panel/quarter of the passenger side for the rear air pump harness


    I’m saying all this to give you ways to find it.

    if you want I can measure a size and give a pn

    also, if you go to auto store they have a specialty retainer and clip section most of the time that has a shit load. May only be found In a variety pack. But worth checking
     
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    If you want OE old ass ones I got plenty but if you want a new less aged part I advise doing so anyway
     
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    You may check your local Napa. I found a few different sizes at mine.
     
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