Need help finding part numbers

Mattie72

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I‘m hoping any of you who have a 392 can help me out. I‘m looking for the part numbers for the paddle shifter screw covers. I can’t find them listed anywhere on the mopar site, and my dealership can’t locate the part either. So what I’m asking is if anyone is willing to pop the little plastic covers off the back of their steering wheel and see if there’s a part number on the back side? Or if anyone just happens to know the part numbers, that would be even better.
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So I removed one of mine and.... the part number is 3 :LOL: just kidding, no part number stamped on it, just LH (left hand). It looks like you'll have to get the schematics or go to a MOPAR parts place and get them to do it. Pictures attached below for your reference. Good Luck I hope you find it @Mattie72 and welcome to the forum! :)(y)

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So related to the 392 paddle shifters in the WTF department you can now add the "392 Steering wheel and paddle shifters retrofit kit" to your favorite JL or JT for just $623! Over at Threedom, they are the same guys who make the smaller key fob retrofits. I love America! :D
https://mythreedom.com/products/392-paddle-shift-kit
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The Key fob retrofits also made in Minnesota! I ordered the Model M for my 392. I will follow up with my review of their key fobs.
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