Question about 1998 Mercury Villager
Just trying to get it to slide back in without forcing and breaking it. Have not totally removed it from clasp end which holds it/hanging, yet put tape on to keep upward in wind storm!
It has to be forced back in, but use a hard plastic to do it. I use something called "THE RIGHT STUFF". to seal and glue a lot of car parts. Put in in the slot first, as best you can. You can get it at the local automotive store. Looks like a heavy window, so I would get it in place, tape it up and let it set for 3 days, before removing the tape. Tape it good. This can be cleaned up with a razor. There is also a glue I used on boats that works great. Called E3000 or E6000. This stuff is super adhesive...A bit harder to clean though.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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