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Need help finding 20584971 window switch pontiac 6000


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Hello everyone I'm trying to find a window switch for a 1991 Pontiac 6000.

The part number is 20584971. I've been having a hard time finding it on Auto Zone, Amazon, GMPartsGiant.com.

Trim: LE
Body Style: 4 door sedan
Engine: 2.4L L4 Gas
Transmission: Hydra-Matic 4-speed automatic Transaxle
Year: 1991
Make: Pontiac
Mode;: 6000

Thank you for any help y'all can provide

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