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Old 05-17-2005, 05:30 PM   #1
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On my 1997 SE, I just began getting wind noise from my front passenger door around the window when I hit highway speeds, so I checked it out. There is a piece of black plastic trim inside the door around the window area along the roofline area. It screws into the roof body, and it has a big old crack right at the front at the corner. The screws are all loose, too. This might have happened recently when I whacked the right front fender on a pillar in the parking garage at work, but I just had it all repaired, and I don't think I can convince my insurance company that it cracked then. In any case, I don't care, I just want to replace the cracked part and fix the wind leak. I may have to slightly adjust the part that the door latches onto as well, to get the door to close a little tighter. I can take a photo of the part in question if need be, but I'd like to order this part online and replace it myself if possible. Can anyone help with the part number?
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Search Techinfo and CFoote for the number. He'* got a 96. I think they are the same.
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I think CFoote replaced the upper door panel trim. By the description above, he'* looking for what I call the "rain guards" (drip edge maybe). You know, the ones that are cracked on most of our cars.

I looked in my crash parts list and could not see them listed. You might want to try looking them up on GMPD.

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Great work! SSEi95 went the expensive route. He replaced EVERY trim and seal piece all the way around. Your'* looks good, works good, and is easier on the wallet. I'll keep this idea in mind.
This was from another post. Maybe you could PM SSEi95 and see of he has the part numbers and is the parts are the same from 95 to 97. I removed the driver'* side from my 97 donor car but have not installed it on my 93 as of yet so I can't tell for sure if they are the same.
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