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I need to find the rubber on the driver door,its a bit worn out and i dont know where to find it.can anyone help

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Door rubbers are normally a dealer item butyou could try a scrap yard that is on-line. Some of them are connected to a cross country network and they may be able to find one for you. You could also try picking up a magazine called "Cars and Parts". In the back they have an extensive classified ads listing by model for replacement parts including rubbers.

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