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Old 11-20-2014, 08:32 AM   #11
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im sure there are other places than the dealer. you look on rock auto, amazon, aftermarket collision part sites, etc?
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im sure there are other places than the dealer. you look on rock auto, amazon, aftermarket collision part sites, etc?
Yes I was able to find them online for $136 each but still only made in grey color. I am going to tackle again what I have and see if I can fix them with the splice of some matching pieces I cut off a Le Sabre at the upullit.

It is so weird how even with a tight seal water still drips under the seals. I hope this is the only place water is coming from. Other work is on hold until I get a water tight interior.


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Water is a pain. It will frequently go where you don't think is possible
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When I worked at the dealer the parts department had a program that looked for obsolete parts in other dealership inventories. You might give your local dealer a call and see if they can run the part number and dig one up somewhere.
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Are you absolutely sure that is what is leaking.....that only leaks if it is damaged, or not staying in place(3M adhesive works great).....

If it shows no signs of damage, it could be the weather seal(famous for these) under the door trim....
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Are you absolutely sure that is what is leaking.....that only leaks if it is damaged, or not staying in place(3M adhesive works great).....

If it shows no signs of damage, it could be the weather seal(famous for these) under the door trim....
What is weather seal UNDER the door trim?

describe that ir pictures ...

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